Clean cookstoves in Ghana to help UK pollution battle

1. Under the scheme, Co-op Insurance makes payments to secure a reduction in emissions equivalent to 10% of the average annual carbon dioxide of a passenger car for motor insurance customers for the first year, and 10% of average household energy emissions for home insurance customers.

2. Tens of thousands of people in Ghana are getting access to clean cookstoves that cut pollution and fuel costs in a scheme offsetting carbon emissions from UK drivers and homeowners, Co-op Insurance said.

3. It is part of a partnership with environmental company ClimateCare, in which Co-op Insurance pays to deliver carbon cuts equivalent to a proportion of the carbon footprint of new motor and home insurance customers.

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