CHARCOAL TRAFFIC & SOLAR COOKING IN BENDER BAYLA

Washington D.C. Premiere

CHARCOAL TRAFFIC & SOLAR COOKING IN BENDER BAYLA


Solar Household Energy, Inc. & Solar Cookers International

CHARCOAL TRAFFIC & SOLAR COOKING IN BENDER BAYLA (Somalia, 2008, 12 min.)

Washington, D.C. Premiere The first of these two short documentaries shows the deforestation caused by aggressive cutting of trees to make charcoal that is sold for cooking food. The second shows the successful introduction of solar cookers. Directed by Jim Lindsay. Written and Co-produced by Fatima Jibrell, winner of the 2008 National Geographic Society/Buffet Award for Conservation in Africa.

Shown as part of a program on solar cookers with MANDA’S PRIZE, THIRSTY PLANET, and SOLAR COOKING IN MADAGASCAR, A MEANS TO HALT DEFORESTATION

Discussion with solar energy experts Louise Meyer, Founder and Board Member of Solar Household Energy and Pat McArdle, Board Member of Solar Household Energy and Solar Cookers International, follows screenings.

Ticket/Reservation Info:

FREE, no reservations needed.

Charles Sumner School Museum and Archives, Lecture Hall 102,

1201 17th St., NW (METRO: Farragut North)

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