Toronto woman wins prestigious honour for 'green' charcoal:Clean burning briquettes distributed in developing countries

Ghalia Abdul-Baki has won an award for creating a clean burning charcoal alternative for people in developing countries to cook with.

Ghalia Abdul-Baki is part of a company called Lumbrick, started by four McGill University students, which has developed an alternative manufactured entirely from organic household waste.

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Rex Jordan

I am the editor in chief of and I am currently residing in downtown Toronto with my wife and daughter while going to college for my masters in tourism.

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