Looking back one, two and five years ago (approximately) today on Worldchanging:
2009 Cardboard Cooker Wins $75,000
Check out this innovative invention that aims to transform the lives of hundreds of millions of villagers in developing countries: it could halve the need for firewood, saving an estimated two tonnes of carbon per family per year, as well as free women and children from the health risks of inhaling smoke from cooking fires.
Update: it would appear that the 'Kyoto Box' was officially launched on December 3 and is now in production (see here)
Posted by: Tony Fisk on 13 Apr 10
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