AtmosNews: Cookstove emissions, Calif. wildfire & climate

Tackling toxins from cookstoves
A new grant from the Environmental Protection Agency will help researchers from NCAR, CU-Boulder, and the Navrongo Health Research Center in Ghana measure pollution from residential open-fire cooking. The project is aimed at better understanding a problem that kills millions of women and children each year in the developing world. more>

Pollution, wildfires, and a warming California
California will likely experience more large fires in forested areas this century because of rising temperatures and changes in precipitation along with development patterns, new research finds. The blazes could increase some types of fire-generated air pollution by more than half. more>

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No
Announcement timing: 
June 26, 2014 to July 3, 2014