Tom Owino, Climate Impact Partners' Projects and Technical Director, will be joining this webinar to share insights on carbon finance opportunities for projects.
Both pioneers and innovators in the efficient cookstoves space, Climate Impact Partners led the world’s first application of carbon finance to an improved cookstoves project in Bangladesh in 2003 and most recently co-developed the world’s first methodology for metered and measured energy cooking devices.
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