Berkeley Air Monitoring Group is a social venture dedicated to protecting global health and climate. BAMG is a leading monitoring and evaluation partner for clean cookstove and fuel programs in developing countries.
EME Systems designs and manufactures instruments for environmental science. EME has helped the research group design and manufacture particle monitors, including the UCB-PATS and BAIRS; a wireless stove use monitoring system; and the TAMS, an ultrasound time activity monitor.
GIRA, the Interdisciplinary Group for Appropriate Rural Technology (GIRA) is a private, non-profit organization that was created in 1985. GIRA is dedicated to design, develop and promote technologies that use natural resources in an environmentally and socially sustainable way. GIRA is based in Patzcuaro, Michoacan, Mexico.
Impact Carbon works to improve health, reduce poverty, and improve local environments while slowing climate change. They build and support projects that help people access new technologies such as clean cookstoves and water treatment systems. We leverage carbon finance and social finance to bring these projects to scale.
INCLEN, the International Clinical Epidemiology Network, is a unique international network of healthcare professionals (clinical epidemiologists, biostatisticians, health social scientists, and other health professionals) who apply multidisciplinary approaches to identify best practices to improve “health for all” in local, national, regional and global settings. INCLEN continues to work with the research group on a large, EPA-funded research grant, and lead field efforts during the Newborn Stove Project and a multi-country study of stove usage and stacking.
ISER-N, the Institute for Social and Environmental Research-Nepal (ISER-N) is a premier research and development institute committed to turning knowledge into practice to improve human lives and environmental conditions.
Lao Institute of Renewable Energy (LIRE) is a Social Professional Non-Profit Organisation dedicated to the sustainable development of a self sufficient renewable energy sector in Lao PDR. The institute offers agronomical, technological and socio-economic research services, and works to provide free public resources.