She was so moved by this that she ended up changing careers and focusing on the creation of a fuel-efficient stove. Many years and 58 prototypes later, she has one, called SolSource.  

The futuristic-looking machine – it’s a shiny, inverted dome – got some attention two years ago with a shoutout on a “Top Chef” cooking show episode. It has since received many glowing reviews on cooking blogs and in the environmental press.

Buy one here.

How stoves can help solve a global pollution crisis

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