The risk of infection by corona viruses is lower outdoors than in closed rooms. The idea was to enable the restaurants to operate outdoors even during the cold season by temporarily allowing patio heaters. However, the CO2 emissions should at least be offset by donations to a climate protection project, in this case Die Ofenmacher. This was implemented in Ingolstadt, but unfortunately the project fell victim to the tightened corona measures. Maybe we can come back to it in spring.
Read the full Article in the Donaukurier from 23.10.2020
Christian Höbusch gives a report in citicon on his meeting with Anita Badal, manager of Swastha Chulo Nepal in Kathmandu.
Report in the Pfaffenhofener Kurier of 5/5/2017: The city of Pfaffenhofen compensates its carbon dioxide emissions through heating and hot water in the years 2016 to 2018 with certificates of Die Ofenmacher.
Report in the Donaukurier (28.10.2016) about Desta Andarge und Dessalegn Wondimneh from Alem Ketema visiting the mayor of Pfaffenhofen.
Interview with members Katharina und Frank at 31st March 2016 in the radio station Radio free FM in Ulm
Prolignis Energie Consulting donated 15oo Euros to the Ofenmacher offseting the complete CO2 emissions of their business activies in 2015 (A report, in German, can be found in the Donaukurier issue 16th March 2016)
A Report, in German, about the founding members Katharina and Frank in the "Abendschau" of Bayrischer Rundfunk from 2nd October 2015.
Traditional cooking with open fire implies hazards for health and life. Report in the Donaukurier from 21st September 2015.
Effects of the earthquake in Nepal. Report in "Sonntagstipp", Syke-Weyhe-Bassum issue (Aller Weser Verlag), from 21st June 2015
After the earthquake in Nepal. Christa Drigalla reports in Pellworm's monthly newspaper "De Pellwormer" from 29th May 2015.
A project by Markus Waldner and the D youth team of VfB Oberesslingen
Stuttgarter Zeitung, 14. August 2014
In June of 2012 we built a smokefree stove together with the UNESCO-Project group of the Helene-Lange-Schule in Wiesbaden.
Wiesbadener Kurier, 28. Juni 2012