Jos Andres joins a global Campaign against kitchen-toxic fumes.
09/20/2011

The cook Jos Andres Alonso met with Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, to join a campaign against-toxic fumes emanating from stoves deficient and kill about two million people a year.

Online PR News – 20-September-2011 – – The cook Jos Andres Alonso met with Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, to join a campaign against-toxic fumes emanating from stoves deficient and kill about two million people a year.
In a brief meeting at the Department of State, Jos Andres became "culinary ambassador" of the Campaign, called the Global Alliance for Clean Kitchens and who have joined other familiar faces such as, runescape gold, actress Julia Roberts.
"I have seen this silent murderer with my own eyes, so I'm honored to join the Alliance to help people better awareness," said the cook at the meeting.
Jos Andres, which has several restaurants in Washington DC, Los Angeles and Las Vegas, record your visit to Haiti after the 2010 earthquake, which found that "poverty in which they live, dcuo cash, (the Haiti) has been exacerbated by the kitchens of their tent cities dirty, crowded and unsafe. "
The goal of the Alliance, launched in September 2010 and led by the Foundation of the United Nations is to achieve 100 million homes around the world to adopt cleaner fuels and stoves and efficient for the year 2020.
Segna the World Health organization (WHO), the smoke, apb cash, emitted from cooking stoves or fireplaces fueled by wood, charcoal estircol is the fifth largest risk factor for health in the pa developing countries.
About 3,000 million people use each day as kitchens in homes with little or no ventilation, according to the Department of State.
In addition, the fumes from the kitchen-toxic contribute to the development of chronic illnesses and other acute health problems such as low birth weight, infant pneumonia, emphysema, cancer of pulmn, bronchitis, and problems cardiovascular, according to the founding of the United Nations.
The Alliance, involving more than 60 governments, UN agencies, private companies and NGOs, seeks to mobilize 250 million dollars to promote the use of more efficient cooking methods and safe .