Household Air Pollution | How can 3 billion people living in underdeveloped nations breathe cleaner air?

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How do we improve conditions for vulnerable populations? Hear what Tara Ramanathan, Program Director, Clean Energy of NexLeaf has to say. Every day, approximately 3 billion people rely on antiquated, traditional cookstoves inside their homes to cook, which exposes them (and the environment) to dangerously polluted air. Nexleaf has found ways to tackle this problem by collecting and analyzing data with their StoveTrace technology. If you would like to donate, volunteer, or learn more, visit nexleaf.org. If you enjoyed our episode please make sure to subscribe and leave us a review. If you want to nominate a social impact leader who is finding scalable sustainable solutions for world pressing problems, please reach out to us at guest@gettingtherepodcast.com To access more stories, blog posts, videos, quizzes (and more!), highlighting leaders tackling humanity's biggest problems, follow us on: LinkedIn | Medium | Website | Facebook | Instagram --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/gettingtherepodcast1/message

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