In his new column, “When Cooking Fuel Kills,” Jonathan Alter explains how indoor air pollution caused by cooking is one of the world’s least-known health crises:
Nov. 25 (Bloomberg) — On Thanksgiving, we cook and, if we’re doing it right, we give sincere thanks for being alive. But we rarely think of how the two really interact. We don’t recognize that in many parts of the world, cooking provides not just nourishment and pleasure but sometimes harm and death. Thankfully, there’s a solution on the way.