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Secretary Clinton’s Commitment to Clean Cookstoves Highlighted in New NYT Profile


June 27, 2012 BY Radha Muthiah

 

As the United States, indeed the world, prepares for the eventual departure of Hillary Rodham Clinton as Secretary of State, I want to draw your attention to a new, in-depth New York Times Magazine profile of this ‘rock star’ diplomat. The opening paragraphs are about her commitment to clean cookstoves!

Readers of this blog know that it was Secretary Clinton who launched the Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves almost two years ago. The Secretary has long been a vocal and leading advocate for the health, safety and rights of women around the world, so it was only natural she helped create an organization that at its very core is about saving lives, improving livelihoods, empowering women and combating climate change.

Read more about Secretary Clinton's commitment here.

 

POSTED IN: Campaigns & Initiatives, Global Issues, On the Ground

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Submitted by ANNE ODARY on: July 11, 2012 GOOD TO HAVE COMMITTED WOMEN LIKE HILLARY.THE WORLD NEEDS WOMEN LIKE YOU.GOD BLESS YOU.I WILL SPREAD THE NEWS IN KENYA
Submitted by Mary Brazelton on: July 9, 2012 Doesn't surprise me, Hillary is one of the most intelligent women of our times. She has my total respect and would have made a great President. Thank you Hillary for all you do for women around the world and for your commitment and courage to stand up for all mankind.

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