2023 was a year with much to celebrate.

By the numbers, Untonne subscribers have funded:
✓ 500 metric tons of carbon dioxide emissions avoided
✓ 626 less tons of wood harvested
✓ 50 clean cookstove installations
✓ Over 3,000 trees planted

That is a positive, quantifiable, environmental benefit!



Untonne developed three new partnerships to amplify impact with 1% for the Planet, Burn Design Labs, and Trees, Water, People. Through these partnerships, Untonne has and will continue to increase impact to fund the implementation of new clean cooking and restoration projects that benefit the planet and people.


Outreach & Education

We attended 15 events in the Portland Metro area and plan to grow that to close to 100 events in 2024. Your continued participation in Untonne not only has a direct positive impact but also helps us grow our reach so that collectively we can have an even bigger impact in the year to come.


Cookstoves in the Headlines

Trees Water People, 1 Percent For The Planet, CO2 Emission Reduction

On a global scale, clean cookstoves were prominently featured at COP28. The non-profit Clean Cooking Alliance helped put clean cookstoves on the map as a global priority for reducing emissions in a way that serves multiple SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals), including SDG 1: No Poverty, SDG 3: Good Health and Wellbeing, SDG 5: Gender Equality, and SDG 13: Climate Action.


Coming Up:



Photo of the 2023 ETHOS Conference; from the ETHOS website

To kick off the New Year, Untonne will participate in a panel of experts from across the globe, presenting their approach to funding clean cookstoves at ETHOS (Engineers in Technical and Humanitarian Opportunities of Service). Ethos is an annual conference that brings together industry, academia, and non-governmental organizations to advance the research and deployment of clean cookstoves.



We are excited to announce a new partnership with Burn Design Lab, which helps with the design and manufacturing of a surprisingly simple but effective tool to fight climate change and deforestation: pressure cookers. More on this partnership to come!


Social Media

Ethos Conference Photo

Untonne is in the process of launching our new Facebook (@untonne) and Instagram (@untonne_community) pages. As we work on this initiative, we encourage you to like, follow, and share Untonne’s pages, contributing to the formation of our initial follower base. Our platforms will feature regular partnership updates, details about upcoming events, valuable tips on reducing your carbon footprint, and information about climate change!


We’re looking forward to a great New Year. Thank you for joining us and for the positive climate impact you’re making!