SOLAR ENERGY FOR LIFE

Washington D.C. Premiere

SOLAR ENERGY FOR LIFE


Shown as part of the Food & Agriculture Film Series

SOLAR ENERGY FOR LIFE (Madagascar, 2009, 11 min.)



Co-presented by Center for Environmental Filmmaking, Solar Household Energy, Inc. & Solar Cookers International



Washington, D.C. Premiere Solar oven construction and use provided by ADES, a Swiss-Madagascar NGO is changing local cooking practices and reducing the use of charcoal and firewood for cooking daily meals. The film shows Madagascar’s unique biodiversity and wildlife environment where endemic animals are threatened by deforestation. Produced for the “Association pour le Développement de l’Energie Solaire” Directed by Elfi Letterman-Kaba.

Introduced by Chris Palmer, Professor, American University. Discussion with Louise Meyer, Founder and Board Member of Solar Household Energy, and Pat McArdle, Board Member of Solar Household Energy and Solar Cookers International, follows screening.

Shown with BON APPÉTIT MONSIEUR SOLEIL

Ticket/reservation Info:

FREE 

American University, Wechsler Theatre, Mary Graydon Center

4400 Massachusetts Ave., NW

(METRO: Tenleytown/AU, Shuttle bus service to AU)

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