SOLAR COOKING IN MADAGASCAR, A MEANS TO HALT DEFORESTATION (CUISINE AU FOUR SOLAIRE, UNE REPONSE A LA DEFORESTATION)

U.S. Premiere

SOLAR COOKING IN MADAGASCAR, A MEANS TO HALT DEFORESTATION (CUISINE AU FOUR SOLAIRE, UNE REPONSE A LA DEFORESTATION)


Solar Household Energy, Inc. & Solar Cookers International

SOLAR COOKING IN MADAGASCAR, A MEANS TO HALT DEFORESTATION (CUISINE AU FOUR SOLAIRE, UN REPONSE) (France, 2007, 8 min.)

United States Premiere  Yves Rocher Foundation filmed this solar cooking project in Madagascar that documents the remarkable commitment of Regula Ochsner and ADES, the NGO she founded with a mission to halt deforestation in a country she has loved for 30 years. Directed by Isabelle Roumeguere.

Shown as part of a program on solar cookers with MANDA’S PRIZE, THIRSTY PLANET, and CHARCOAL TRAFFIC & SOLAR COOKING IN BENDER BAYLA

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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