Alison Doig


I have worked for 20 years in the international development and environment sectors, with specialisation in climate change and clean energy. I bring with me a wide experience of campaign development and delivery, public affairs, policy analysis, events co-ordination, training and facilitation. Having established the Smoke programme and campaign at Practical Action, I have since become an independent consultant supporting a number of energy and development focues organisations (GVEP, Practical Action and WWF) with communications and advocacy strategies.

Organization Type Non-Governmental Organization

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Primary Initiatives, Target Populations, and Scope of Work:

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Fuels/Technologies: Other
Sectors of Experience: Energy
Renewable Energy
Rural Development
Communications and advocacy in this field
Countries of Operation: United Kingdom

Our Experience And Interest In The Four PCIA Central Focus Areas

Social/Cultural barriers to using traditional fuels and stoves:

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Market development for improved cooking technologies:

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Technology standardization for cooking, heating and ventilation:

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Indoor air pollution exposure and health monitoring:

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Relevant Publications or Studies

Warwick, H. and Doig, A., Smoke - the Killer in the Kitchen: Indoor Air Pollution in Developing Countries, ITDG Publishing, London 2004 Doig, Jackson, Dunnett, Mulugetta, Khennas and Rai, Energy for Rural Livelihoods: a manual for sustainable decision making, ITDG Publishing, London, 2004. Furedy, C. and Doig, A., Socially responsive Energy from Urban Solid Waste in Developing Countries, in 'Recovering Energy from Waste: Various Aspects', Editors Grover, Velma I et al, Scientific Publishers Inc, USA and Oxford & IBH Ltd, 2002 Anderson, T. Doig, A., Rees, D. and Khennas, S., Rural Energy Services: A handbook for sustainable energy development, IT Publications, London, 1999.

Our Contribution to the Partnership

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