2011 PCIA Forum Proceedings

Proceedings from the 5th Partnership for Clean Indoor Air Forum

351 Partners from 40 countries gathered at the 5th Biennial Partnership for Clean Indoor Air Forum in Lima, Peru, February 21-26, 2011 for five days of dynamic workshops, technical presentations and case studies from successful programs around the world. As has been the case with each Forum, this Forum grew substantially from previous years, making it the largest gathering of household energy and health practitioners, leaders and experts focused on clean and efficient cooking technologies and fuels to date.

If you attended the PCIA Forum, and did not receive a certificate of attendance but would like to, please email us at moderator@pciaonline.org.

See how PCIA has grown over the years in our PCIA photo montage presented to Partners at the Forum. Please also check out PCIA Bulletin #27 which focuses on the Forum.

Browse presentations from the Forum below, or make a selection from the menu at left.
Presentations marked with an asterisk * are in Spanish.

TitlePresenterPartner ProfileDownloadDay
2. The Carbon Market*UNDPUN Development Programme (UNDP)Carbon_Credits_PNUD.pdfMonday
3. Carbon programs for human development activities*MicrosolMicrosolCarbon_Credits_Microsol.pdfMonday
4. Fuel Reduction and Carbon Credits*Ricardo Maravi SeguraInstituto Trabajo y FamiliaCarbon_Credits_Maravi_Segura.pdfMonday
5. Process for Securing Access to Carbon Credits from the Public Sector*Dora DulantoMinisterio de Energía y Minas - MINEMCarbon_Credits_Dulanto.pdfMonday
TUESDAYTuesday
1. Welcome and Charge to GroupBrenda DoroskiUnited States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA)Tuesday_Opening_Doroski.pdfTuesday
2. Global Alliance for Clean CookstovesLeslie CordesUnited Nations FoundationTuesday_GACC_Cordes.pdfTuesday
EXCITING NEW DEVELOPMENTSBrenda DoroskiUnited States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA)Tuesday_Exciting_New_Developments_Framing_Doroski.pdfTuesday
1. IAP: State of the new health evidenceNigel BruceWorld Health OrganizationTuesday
2. Climate Change: The Long and the ShortTami BondUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignTuesday_Exciting_New_Developments_Bond.pdfTuesday
3. UNFCCCMassamba ThioyeTuesday_Exciting_New_Developments_Thioye.pdfTuesday
4. What's Hot in Cook Stove Testing, Fuels and TechnologyJim JetterUnited States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA)Tuesday_Exciting_New_Developments_Jetter.pdfTuesday
POWERFUL RESULTS OF NATIONAL COOK STOVE PROGRAMSBrenda DoroskiUnited States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA)Tuesday_National_Campaigns_Framing_Doroski.pdfTuesday
1. Fuelwood Saving Stoves, SEDESOL Mexico*Salvador BlancoInstituto Nacional de Ecología (INE)Tuesday_National_Campaigns_Blanco.pdfTuesday
2. Switching from Kerosene to LPG: Lessons from IndonesiaMichael KellyWorld LP Gas AssociationTuesday_National_Campaigns_Kelly.pdfTuesday
3. Market-oriented National Programmes on Domestic BiogasWim J. van NesSNV Netherlands Development OrganisationTuesday_National_Campaigns_van_Nes.pdfTuesday
RESPONDING TO HUMANITARIAN CRISISBrenda DoroskiUnited States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA)Tuesday_Humanitarian_Framing_Doroski.pdfTuesday
1. Trees, Water & People in HaitiStuart ConwayTrees, Water & PeopleTuesday_Humanitarian_Conway.pdfTuesday
2. Fuel Efficient Stoves in HaitiVahid Jahangiri and Hoi TrinhInternational Lifeline FundTuesday_Humanitarian_Jahangiri.pdfTuesday
MEETING COMMUNITY NEEDSBrenda DoroskiUnited States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA)Tuesday_Meeting_Community_Needs_Framing_Doroski.pdfTuesday