Water filter campaign aims to cut emissions in W. Kenya

AlertNet: In the tiny west Kenyan village of Ejinja, eye-watering smoke emanates from Edith Adisa's grass-thatched kitchen. The choking pollution comes from the firewood the mother of three uses to boil water for her family and anyone else who might drop by. "My house is close to the road. And in this part of the country, it is a common habit for thirsty people trekking along the road to ask for water from nearby homesteads like mine,' says Adisa. "Yet it's only fair that I offer them safe water.' She......

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