Hamilton Project Director Michael Greenstone conducted research as part of his work as professor of economics with MIT on the ability of clean cookstoves to improve health and environment in the developing world. Greenstone and colleagues Rema Hanna of Harvard University and Esther Duflo of MIT sold clean cookstoves to more than 2,600 households in 44 Indian villages, and then spent three years tracking the families’ stove usage and air quality in their homes. Read more about their work here.
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