On July 12 and 13, 2012, experts convened at Colorado Law to demonstrate the extent to which a model law could help address the global problem of indoor air pollution from inefficient cook stoves. The air pollution that results from inefficiently burning biomass as fuel for cooking has serious health and climatic consequences. The workshop produced two sets of Model Laws and commentaries to help nations solve the problem, and the commentaries were published in the Colorado Natural Resources, Energy, and Environmental Law Review.
Lakshman Guruswamy, Jude Biggs
University of Colorado Boulder. Center for Energy & Environmental Security and Colorado Natural Resources, Energy and Environmental Law Review, "AGENDA: Drafting Model Laws on Indoor Pollution for Developing and Developed Nations" (2012). Drafting Model Laws on Indoor Pollution for Developing and Developed Nations (July 12-13).
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