Informations and abstract
Keywords: Efficiency, Poverty, Innovation
35% of global population, 2.7 billion people, daily uses biomass to cook food with highly inefficient stoves. This inefficiency has relevant consequences on public health, emissions, gender security, biodiversity and climate change. Among 2.7 billion people, 1.2 billion is living with less than 1 Euro per day, remaining excluded from market available techniques solutions. Therefore researching technical-economic, co-designed and self created by local population solutions scale up the probability for these solutions to be socially accepted and utilized over the time. Sustainable Grill is a kind of approach proposed as a possible solution.