Nadine Strittmatter compensates her CO2 emissions in Madagascar

6. November 2012

As a myclimate ambassador, the Swiss model Nadine Strittmatter compensates her carbon footprint in the myclimate climate protection project in Madagascar.

Nadine Strittmatter compensates her CO2 emissions in Madagascar

René Estermann (left) and Nadine Strittmatter at myclimate's 10-year anniversary celebration

In her second year as a myclimate ambassador, Swiss model Nadine Strittmatter is compensation her carbon footprint in the myclimate climate protection project "Solar and Efficient Cookers in Southwest Madagascar". This project aims to counteract the increasing deforestation on Madagascar by manufacturing and distributing climate-friendly solar cookers and efficient cookers.

"I chose this project because I was in Africa this past summer and was able to see the situation there for myself", Nadine Strittmatter said of her commitment. "It is a fascinating continent with incredible opportunities. I also met the project manager. She gave me a detailed explanation of her project and made a very likeable and enthusiastic impression."

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