Links, videos and other resources
Research on wood heat and lighting from the top:
- Danish Study Shows Significant Benefit Even with New Stoves
- Your wood stove affects the climate more than you might think
Websites with hands-on information:
- Top Down Fire lighting method - 'Swiss Style'
- Upside Down Fire -- Forget what you've learned
- How to Build a Smoke-Free Upside-down Fire
- When it comes to firewood burning, take it from the top
- Agency of Natural Resources Wood Utilization and Wood Energy Program
- Vermont Energy Action Network resources for home heating
- Alliance for Green Heat
- U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Burn Wise Program
- U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Best Burn Practices
- List of U.S. Environmental Protection Agency certified wood burning stoves
- U.S. Department of Energy Wood and Pellet Heating
- Nanaimo, Canada
Intergovernmental organizations resources:
- Nordic Council report “Legislation and Regulations in Nordic Countries to Control Emissions from Residential Wood Burning: An Examination of Past Experience,” Nordic Council of Ministers, 2014.
- Arctic Council report “Reduction of Black Carbon Emissions from Residential Wood Combustion in the Arctic,” Arctic Contaminants Action Program (ACAP), 2014.
- Climate and Clean Air Coalition News and Media "For Fiji's sake, Cut the Carbons," 2017.
Short-lived climate pollutant resources:
Other organizations with useful information: