PHILADELPHIA, PA, December 31, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/
-- The use of unsustainable fuels permeates virtually every aspect of daily life in countries around the world, as oil, charcoal, and other substances are used to drive vehicles, power homes, and cook food. According to The New York Times, innovative individuals from across the globe are developing creative clean energy solutions. In particular, the article spotlights a company called CleanStar Mozambique that is offering bio fuel cooking solutions. By providing ethanol-based cooking equipment and the bio fuel to run it, as well as enhancing community farming projects, CleanStar Mozambique is poised to change the face of cooking culture throughout Africa. CEO of GreenWorld Restoration Michael Torres
supports this effort wholeheartedly, asserting that alternative fuels have the power to create jobs, improve environmental concerns, and develop sustainable energy solutions.
According to the article, "Charcoal, the main source of fuel, harvested from the old-growth forests in the north of the East African country, is slowly running out. Because the forests are receding, the cost of a bag of cooking charcoal is rising. The fuel--used in many places in sub-Saharan Africa--has other drawbacks, of course. Using it in enclosed spaces, like, say, the typical home in Maputo, leads to asthma and other pulmonary maladies. Just as importantly, the energy is not renewable: once the old forest is used up, the ravaged land can end up worthless."
These dire consequences are the very things that CleanStar Mozambique and other sustainable energy companies are hoping to avoid. While it is undeniable that environmental damage has already taken hold in multiple ways, and in multiple countries, it is also true that measures to reduce the negative environmental impact that society has on the world can create a more sustainable culture. As a result, it is within the power of businesses and the general population to reduce the harm that their daily activities have on the natural world.
"Of the seven billion people on our planet, two billion use charcoal to cook with," asserts Founder of GreenWorld Restoration Michael Torres. "Alternative cooking fuels are a very important area of focus in order to restore balance within our forests and provide jobs to those individuals who currently rely upon the charcoal industry to put food on the table and support their families."
Torres encourages the work that CleanStar Mozambique is doing and wishes the company the best of luck as it continues to expand its operations.
CEO of GreenWorld Restoration Michael Torres
founded the organization in an effort to enhance the lives of others. Through his impressive professional experience, he has accumulated the marketing, business development, and other capabilities required to successfully promote the efforts of his company. Founder of GreenWorld Restoration Michael Torres is dedicated to creating sustainable communities that address the needs of both post-disaster reconstruction efforts and housing solutions for companies in the energy industry. Leader of GreenWorld Restoration Michael Torres anticipates continually improving the offerings of his business and exceeding the expectations of his clientele.