Biogas for Cooking @ProjectDrawdown #ClimateSolutions
Anaerobic digesters process backyard or farmyard organic waste into biogas and digestate fertilizer. Biogas stoves can reduce emissions when replacing biomass or kerosene for cooking.
Small biogas reactors can be installed in homes and communities to enable cooking with biogas instead of wood and charcoal stoves. The cumulative result: 4.6-9.7 gigatons of CO2 emissions avoided at a net cost of $23-$49 billion.