Local Stakeholder Feedback Requested for Improved Stove Projects in Sub-Saharan Africa.
C-Quest Capital is developing improved stove projects through VERRA/ Voluntary Carbon Regulations (VCS) and seeks to obtain Voluntary Carbon Units (VCUs). By distributing and installing our energy-efficient stoves, we seek to reduce the use of non-renewable biomass for cooking and boiling water in households, particularly in rural areas. To better design these projects, C-Quest Capital is asking for feedback through an online consultation process with stakeholders seeking to gather comments and suggestions.
Gender, Health, Sustainable Energy, Improved Land Management and Climate Benefits.
CQC specializes in designing methodologies and undertaking research to quantify and independently verify outcomes in line with numerous Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) from its cookstoves projects.
The SD VISta label is attached to carbon units for CQC’s baseline SDGs for improved cookstoves. Additional SDGs may apply to a specific subset of projects as CQC continues to amplify corporate social responsibility impacts.
To submit claims to CQC, if you believe the project has or is likely to have adverse effects to you, your community, or the environment, please submit the form with the requested information.