Wikia

Solar Cookers World Network

Changes: Solar Cookers International Network (Home)

View source

Back to page

m
m (December 2014)
 
(401 intermediate revisions by 6 users not shown)
Line 1: Line 1:
{|width=100%|
+
__NOTOC__
|valign="top"|
+
<mainpage-leftcolumn-start />
<!-- TOP BOX-->
+
<table class="plainlinks" style="margin:1;background-color:#a8c361;font-size:100%;font-weight:normal;border:1px solid grey;text-color:#000;padding:0.2em 0.4em;width:100%;"><tr><td align="left" valign="middle">[[:Category:Countries|124&nbsp;Countries]] '''·''' [[:Category:NGOs|395&nbsp;NGOs]] '''·''' [[:Category:Individuals|445&nbsp;Individuals]]<br /> [[Manufacturers and vendors|165&nbsp;Manufacturers]] '''·''' [[:Category:Solar cooker designs|374&nbsp;Designs]] '''·''' [[:Category:Solar cooker plans|72&nbsp;Plans]]</td><td style="font-size:100%" align="right">Sponsored&nbsp;by&nbsp;[http://www.solarcookers.org Solar&nbsp;Cookers&nbsp;International]<br />Funded&nbsp;by&nbsp;the&nbsp;[http://aguafund.org Agua&nbsp;Fund,&nbsp;Inc.]</td><td>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;</td><td align="right"><imagemap>Image:facebook.gif|30px
<table style="margin:0;background-color:#a8c361;font-size:100%;font-weight:normal;border:1px solid #a3bfb1;text-color:#000;padding:0.2em 0.4em;width:100%;"><tr><td valign="bottom" style="font-size:135%;font-weight:bold;width:600px;">Welcome to the Solar Cookers International Network <span style="font-weight:normal;font-size:80%;">([[Solar Cookers International Network|about SCInet...]])</span></td><td align=right style="font-size:130%;"> Sponsored by [http://www.solarcookers.org Solar Cookers International]</td></tr><tr><td align="left" valign="middle">[[:Category:Countries|116 Countries]] '''·''' [[:Category:NGOs|510 NGOs]] '''·''' [[:Category:Individuals|543 Individuals]] '''·''' [[Manufacturers and vendors|181 Manufacturers]] '''·''' [[:Category:Solar cooker designs|361 Designs]] '''·''' [[:Category:Solar cooker plans|68 Plans]]</td> <td align="right" style="font-size:130%;padding-left:180px;"><table style="margin-left:100px;" cellpadding="2" border="0"><tr><td align="right">
 
</td><td><imagemap>Image:facebook.gif|30px
 
 
default [http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=16213904406]
 
default [http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=16213904406]
 
desc none
 
desc none
</imagemap> </td><td style="padding-left:5px"><imagemap>Image:twitter.gif|30px
+
</imagemap> </td><td style="padding-left:5px">
  +
<imagemap>Image:twitter.gif|30px
 
default [http://twitter.com/solarcookersint]
 
default [http://twitter.com/solarcookersint]
 
desc none
 
desc none
</imagemap></td><td style="padding-left:5px;padding-bottom:3px;"></td></tr></table></td></tr></table>
+
</imagemap></td></tr></table><p style="margin-bottom:20px;">{{GoogleTranslateLinks}}</p>
{|cellspacing="5" cellpadding="2" width="100%" style="vertical-align:top;background-color:white" colspan="2"
+
<table width="100%" cellspacing="5"><tr><td width="50%">&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;</td><td><imagemap>Image:FindCountry.png|
|style="color:#000; background:white"|
+
default [[:Category:Countries]]
<p style="margin-bottom:0px;">{{GoogleTranslateLinks}}</p>
+
desc none
The [[Solar Cookers International Network]] is an alliance of [[:Category:NGOs|NGOs]], [[:Category:Manufacturers and vendors|manufacturers]], and [[:Category:Individuals|individuals]] actively promoting solar cooking in more than [[Countries|100 countries]]. This wiki-based site, which allows Network participants to edit articles, provides a platform for members to share information and to collaborate on projects and research. Solar cooking is an important part of [[Integrated Cooking]], which also includes the use of [[fuel-efficient woodstove]]s and [[heat-retention cooker]]s. If you are a solar cooking promoter, designer, or manufacturer, and you would like '''to be included in the Network''', fill out this [http://solarcooking.org/join/joinSCInet.htm online form].
+
</imagemap></td><td><imagemap>Image:EventsCalendar.png|
  +
default [[Calendar of events]]
  +
desc none
  +
</imagemap>
  +
</td><td><imagemap>Image:Newsletter.png|
  +
default [[Solar Cooker Review]]
  +
desc none
  +
</imagemap></td><td width="50%">&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;</td></table>
  +
Welcome to the [[Solar Cookers International Network]] (SCInet) Wiki, the world’s premier resource for [[Introduction to solar cooking|solar cooking]] and [[Integrated Cooking Method|related technologies]]. The articles on this site are consulted more than a quarter million times each month as people seek in-depth information on these topics. This wiki-based site can be edited by everyone and thus offers a global platform for information sharing. Learn about solar cooking [[Most significant solar cooking projects|field projects]], [[research]], [[:Category:Solar cooker designs|design]], and [[Promoting solar cooking|promotion]]. [[:Category:NGOs|Groups]] and [[:Category:Individuals|individuals]] directly involved in these efforts, as well as solar cooker [[:Category:Manufacturers and vendors|manufacturers]] and [[:Category:Manufacturers and vendors|vendors]], are invited to '''[http://solarcookers.org/network/about-scinet/scinet/ join SCInet]''' and work with us to improve this resource and to further solar cooking around the world. For more information, contact [mailto:info@solarcookers.org info@solarcookers.org].
  +
==December 2014==
  +
*'''Solar Cookers International remembers Rabbi Harold M. Schulweis''' - As co-founder of [[Jewish World Watch]], Rabbi Schulweis was a visionary behind efforts like the Solar Cooker Project to empower and [[Touloum Refugee Camp|protect refugee women]] fleeing the Darfur crisis. He will be missed. [http://www.jewishjournal.com/obituaries/article/rabbi_harold_m._schulweis_world_renown_innovative_synagogue_leader_89 His obituary] is available online.
   
The site also has information for the solar cooking enthusiast including [[:Category:Solar cooker plans|construction plans]] and [[:Category:Manufacturers and vendors|commercial models]]. Both articles explain the advantages and disadvantages of the different styles of solar cookers.
+
*'''José Andrés details his use of solar cookers at Life is Beautiful event in National Geographic''' - In an article for National Geographic, Chef [[José Andrés]] writes about his pop-up restaurant, Sunny Day, which he opened at the Life is Beatufiul event in Las Vegas, NV. Sunny Day used solar cookers to cook their signature dish, vegetarian tacos, during the day and clean-burining ethanol in the evening. [http://theplate.nationalgeographic.com/2014/12/15/life-is-beautiful/?sf6344569=1 Read article...]
  +
*'''Lapin Kulta Solar Kitchen Restaurant featured in The Guardian''' - [[Lapin Kulta Solar Kitchen Restaurant]], the traveling solar restaurant from Catalan designer [http://ca.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mart%C3%AD_Guix%C3%A9 Martí Guixé], Chef Antto Melasniemi and Lapin Kulta beer, was featured in an article in The Guardian as an innovative user of solar energy. The piece discusses the journey of this experimental solar restaurant, including how they were able to cook in [[Finland]] in -15°C. Also featured are new innovations in photovoltaic technology, a new apartment in Hamburg, [[Germany]] which grows algae for fuel with solar energy, and simple method for water disinfection. [http://www.theguardian.com/sustainable-business/2014/dec/09/we-want-the-black-hole-of-sunlight-solar-power-breaks-new-frontiers?CMP=share_btn_tw Read article...]
   
==November 2013==
+
[[File:Basin-from-above-web.jpg|thumb|330px|[[Bjorn Qorn]] makes popcorn for sale with their [[:Category:In-the-ground solar cooker designs|In-the-ground solar cooker]].]]
  +
*'''Another business uses solar cooking to prepare their product''' - New-member [[Bjorn Qorn]] located in {{state|New York}}, [[USA]], has created a large [[:Category:In-the-ground solar cooker designs|In-the-ground]] solar cooker to cook their locally-harvested corn for sale as popcorn.
   
*'''More Indian schools to get solar cookers ''(The Hindu)''''' - After experimenting with solar power in cooking the noon meal for students in a corporation school, the Coimbatore Corporation has decided to provide them to a few more schools. In August, Coimbatore installed two [institutional] solar cookers at the North Coimbatore School at Rs. 68,000. ...The civic body was keen on tapping alternative sources of energy to bring down reliance on conventional sources of energy and provide a friendly kitchen environment for workers, who had been struggling with using firewood. [http://www.thehindu.com/news/cities/Coimbatore/more-schools-in-coimbatore-to-get-solar-cookers/article5367329.ece Read more...]
+
==November 2014==
  +
*'''José Andrés discusses solar and efficient cooking in Time Magazine''' - As part of the "What I'm Thankful For" series, celebrity chef, [[José Andrés]], explains that he is thankful that his family has a simple and safe method to cook their food, and how solar cooking and other fuel-efficient cooking methods are bringing this benefit to the world's poor, for whom access to traditional cooking fuels is becoming more difficult and expensive every year. [http://time.com/3595356/jose-andres-time-for-thanks/ Read more...]
  +
[[File:Hillary Rodham Clinton Cookstoves Future Summit|thumb|right|335 px]]
  +
*'''Hillary Clinton acknowledges solar cooking's role in solving cooking fuel crisis''' - In her keynote speech at a Global Alliance meeting, Hillary Clinton stated that students from the Clinton School of Public Service had traveled overseas to teach solar cooking.
  +
*'''[http://solarcooking.wikia.com/wiki/Special:UserSignup Create an account] and [http://solarcooking.wikia.com/wiki/Special:UserSignup log in] to turn off most of the ads on this site.'''
  +
*'''EG Solar has created a clever animated video short explaining the benefits of solar cooking''' - Visit [[EG Solar]].
  +
::[[File:The Solar Cooker by EG Solar e.V.-0|thumb|none|335 px]]
  +
*'''New SCInet members''' - The SCInet wishes to welcome new members [[Engineers Without Borders - Sweden]], established by Swedish engineer Stefan Karnebäck, working on [[water pasteurization]] projects in [[Cameroon]], and [[Bjorn Qorn]] with their solar-cooked popcorn business.
   
[[File:Sun_Focus_magazine_cover,_11-18-13_.jpg|right|155px]]
+
==October 2014==
*'''Solar cooking receives a new platform to speak from''' - The second edition of ''Sun Focus'', a quarterly magazine devoted to concentrated solar heat has just been released. The new publication from [[India]] was founded by Dr Farooq Addullah. He explains that the magazine will focus on off-grid applications of concentrated solar technologies (CSTs) for the purpose of saving fuel oil, firewood, and LPG in industrial and commercial establishments using heat between 80 °C and 250 °C. Solar cooking plays a major role in the content. This latest edition's cover article is devoted to the latest developments of the [[Scheffler Community Kitchen]], written by noted solar cooking designer and advocate for solar cooking education in public schools, [[Ajay Chandak]]. Read his article on page 11. [https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B3LcTeALQ3GJNXlDR01EMjRWcEk/edit?pli=1 Scheffler Solar Concentrators in India] - ''Sun Focus''
+
[[File:Andres2.jpg|right|225px]]
  +
*'''José Andrés debuts Sunny Day pop-up restaurant at Life is Beautiful festival''' - At the Life is Beautiful festival in Las Vegas, NV, [[José Andrés]] debuted Sunny Day, his new solar-powered pop-up restaurant. His goal for the new pop-up restaurant is to educate Americans about clean cooking around the world. [http://www.foodrepublic.com/2014/10/24/jose-andres-clean-cookstoves-mission Interview with José Andrés].
  +
[[File:Wonderbag_image,_11-13-13.jpg|thumb|200px|Sarah Collins with the [[Wonderbag]]]]
  +
*'''Heat-retention cooker receives world attention''' - [[Wonderbag]] reports that over 650,000 of the brightly colored [[heat-retention cooking]] bags have been distributed worldwide.
  +
  +
[[File:Morpho_Solar,_IEEE_Spectrum,_10-9-14.png|thumb|200px|[[Guro Seim]], the CEO of [[Morpho Solar]], and [[Catlin Powers]], COO of [[One Earth Designs]], prepare a meal on a [[SolSource]] solar cooker. - ''Morpho Solar'']]
  +
[[File:Solar Cooker Success in Afghanistan!|thumb|right|200 px]]
  +
*'''Solar cooking in the Navajo nation''' - [[Raquel Redshirt]] presented her solar cooker design at the TEDxABQ 2014 conference in Albuquerque, NM on September, 6 2014. She stated that her solar cooker was a more health-conscious option in her community which has a high rate of diabetes.
   
  +
*''' Norwegian start-up company tackles heat storage for solar cookers''' - [[Guro Seim]], CEO of [[Morpho Solar]], announced a breakthrough in the [[heat storage]] capabilities for solar cookers. [http://spectrum.ieee.org/energywise/green-tech/solar/solar-cookers-get-hot Read more...]
   
  +
*'''Global Hope Network International delivers solar cookers to Afghanistan '''- The [[Global Hope Network International]] reports its recent success in transporting 300 solar cookers to rural villages in central [[Afghanistan]] where all 300 were purchased by villagers.
   
[[File:PICT2221.jpg|thumb|300px|Women prepare a farewell dinner for the international team that had been evaluating their solar cooker project.]]
+
*'''Increased demand and success for solar cooking in Mauritania''' - [[Solar Clutch]] has teamed up with Lutheran World Federation to introduce solar cooking to [[refugees]] entering [[Mauritania]]. Read more at: [[Media:Solar_Clutch_Report_Mauritania_2014.pdf|Solar Cooker Report Mauritania, April 2014]]
*'''Only solar cooking makes something like this possible''' - In 2009 several hundred women from [[Chad|Darfur refugee camps]] gathered together, each carrying a pot of raw food and a folded 12" x 12" cardboard and aluminum foil [[CooKit]]. They were preparing a farewell dinner for an international team that had been evaluating their solar cooker project. The women opened their CooKits and left their pots of food to cook unattended for 90 minutes while they sat in the shade. The result was a banquet for hundreds of people. If each of these woman had been required to haul a fuel-efficient stove and a bundle of wood to this location along with her pot of food, she would have had to stay out in the sun, along with the other women, to tend her fire through the cooking process. Imagine hundreds of fires burning in the desert sun to cook what the ladies in this photo cooked with no fuel and no fire at all.
 
   
[[File:Philippines_storm_damage_2013.jpg|300px|right]]
+
*'''Gourmet cook shifts to solar catering '''- Pierre-André Aubert used a mobile solar kitchen unit with an 8m² [[Scheffler Reflector]], mounted on a trailer, in summer 2014 to cook for various events in the south of [[France]]. {{GoogleLinkFromFrench|http://loubebert.info/blog/index.php?post/2014/08/19/Des-nouvelles-du-Gers|More info...}}
*'''URGENT Appeal: Partnering for Haiyan storm relief needed''' - Are there any groups or individuals working in this region that are able to provide solar water pasteurization and cooking technology, and other resources to those affected by Haiyan? Please contact [http://www.solarcookers.org/contact Solar Cookers International Worldwide Office].
 
{{clr}}
 
   
[[Image:Wapi-before-after.jpg|150px|thumb|The WAPI on right shows that pasteurization temperatures have been reached.]]
+
*'''New SCInet members''' - The SCInet wishes to welcome new member [[Clement Musonda]], an engineer promoting solar cooking in the [[Democratic Republic of the Congo]] and [[John Futhey]], a solar cooker designer in Santa Rosa, {{State|California}}, [[USA]].
*'''Study of water treatment in Kenya demonstrates the effectiveness of the WAPI''' - Dr. [[Robert Metcalf]], research microbiologist, and [[Dinah Chienjo]] of [[FOTO]] worked together on a study to compare the results of various water treatment chemicals to the [[WAPI]] water pasteurization indicator used with a [[CooKit]] solar cooker. One finding of note is that "when treated with WaterGuard (3 drops/liter), subsequent Colilert and Petrifilm tests most often were negative for E. coli, except with highly turbid water sources....When water was heated in a CooKit solar cooker to melt the WAPI wax, all subsequent Colilert and Petrifilm tests were negative for E. coli." Read the study at: [[Media:Eliminating_Water-bourne_Disease_Lower_Nyakach_Kenya_2013.pdf|The Goal is Zero: A Strategy to Eliminate Water-bourne Disease in Lower Nyakach, Kenya]]
 
{{clr}}
 
   
[[File:SunFire_Stove_Project,_11-5-13.jpg|thumb|300px|[[Crosby Menzies]] of [[SunFire Solutions]], attends a solar cooking demonstration as part of the [http://beyond-carbon.com/projects/africa-2/sunfire-stoves SunFire Stoves Project] in South Africa.]]
+
'''For older news, please see [[Solar cooking news archive]].'''<br />
*'''SunFire Solutions partners with Beyond Carbon to promote local solar cooking businesses.''' - [[SunFire Solutions]] and [http://beyond-carbon.com Beyond Carbon] recognize that long-term solutions need to include local business communities with shared sustainability objectives. Their current [http://beyond-carbon.com/projects/africa-2/sunfire-stoves SunFire Stoves Project] joint venture is based in [[South Africa]]. The project's goal is to protect the area around Kruger National Park from deforestation through the implementation of solar cookers. Three hundred [[parabolic solar cooker]]s were initially purchased for the project, and 213 have already gone into households as of fall 2013. With access to the solar cookers, more than ten new locally owned enterprises have been created.
+
'''For all news added to any page on the site see [[Admin:News log|News log]].'''
 
==September 2013==
 
[[File:Solar_cooking_training_in_Tapachula,_Mexico.jpg|thumb|300px|Solar cooking training in Tapachula, {{state|Chiapas}}, [[Mexico]]]]
 
*'''Mexican Rotary Club trains 44 new solar cooking trainers''' - In conjunction with the Municipal government of Tapachula in {{state|Chiapas}}, [[Mexico]], the [[Rotary Club of Tapachula Centenario]] has sponsored a number of solar cooking workshops in 2012 and 2013. Forty-four new instructors were trained in how to present solar cooking workshops back in their home communities. Restaurant staff was introduced to solar cooking in Santo Domingo, and at the Universidad Valle del Grijalva, City and Tapachula, culinary students were also introduced to solar cooking. On-site Experimental INIFAP "Rosario Izapa" trained twenty-seven people as users of alternative cooking systems. More photos here: http://tinyurl.com/kqr3fx9
 
[[File:Pat and mary rose.jpg|right|300px]]
 
*'''Humanitarian Innovation: What's Cooking With Solar Cookers''' - [[Patricia McArdle]], editor of the [[Solar Cooker Review]] and solar thermal cooking activist, relates the most recent reactions to solar cooking she has encountered while encouraging larger humanitarian groups to support this simple nonpolluting technology. "While 10s of millions of dollars have been invested over the past decade by international organizations, governments and corporate sponsors to develop cleaner burning biomass cook stoves, no funds have been allocated to help make the current generation of solar thermal cookers more durable, more efficient and less expensive." [http://insights.wired.com/profiles/blogs/response-to-humanitarian-innovation-the-power-to-change-the-world?xg_source=msg_appr_blogpost#axzz2dH6CQH54 Read more...]
 
 
For older news, please see [[Solar cooking news archive]].
 
   
 
==Contact==
 
==Contact==
*For questions and comments about the Solar Cookers International Network (SCInet) or its website (this wiki), contact [mailto:webmaster@solarcooking.org webmaster@solarcooking.org].
+
*For questions and comments about the [[Solar Cookers International Network]] (SCInet) or its website (this wiki), contact [mailto:webmaster@solarcooking.org webmaster@solarcooking.org].
   
<!-- Right column -->
+
<mainpage-endcolumn />
|valign="top"|
+
<mainpage-rightcolumn-start /><table width="100%" style="margin-bottom:8px;"><tr><td><imagemap>Image:Build_a_cooker_b2.png
&nbsp;&nbsp;
+
default [[:Category:Solar cooker plans]]
|valign="top"|
+
desc none
{| width=200px
+
</imagemap>
| style="background:#f5fffa; border:1px solid #aaa; |
+
</td></tr><tr><td><imagemap>Image:Buy_a_cooker_b2.png
  +
default [[:Category:Manufacturers and vendors]]
  +
desc none
  +
</imagemap></td></tr><tr><td><imagemap>Image:Teaching_and_promotion_b2.png
  +
default [[Promoting solar cooking]]
  +
desc none
  +
</imagemap></td></tr></table>
 
{{SiteMap}}
 
{{SiteMap}}
 
<br />
 
<br />
'''Questions and comments:''' [mailto:webmaster@solarcooking.org webmaster@solarcooking.org].
+
'''Questions and comments:''' [mailto:webmaster@solarcooking.org webmaster@solarcooking.org]
|}
+
__NOTOC__
+
<mainpage-endcolumn />
[[fr:]][[es:]]
 
|}
 
|}
 
 
[[Category:Main Page]]
 
[[Category:Main Page]]

Latest revision as of 19:47, December 19, 2014

        
FindCountry
EventsCalendar
Newsletter
       

Welcome to the Solar Cookers International Network (SCInet) Wiki, the world’s premier resource for solar cooking and related technologies. The articles on this site are consulted more than a quarter million times each month as people seek in-depth information on these topics. This wiki-based site can be edited by everyone and thus offers a global platform for information sharing. Learn about solar cooking field projects, research, design, and promotion. Groups and individuals directly involved in these efforts, as well as solar cooker manufacturers and vendors, are invited to join SCInet and work with us to improve this resource and to further solar cooking around the world. For more information, contact info@solarcookers.org.

December 2014Edit

  • Solar Cookers International remembers Rabbi Harold M. Schulweis - As co-founder of Jewish World Watch, Rabbi Schulweis was a visionary behind efforts like the Solar Cooker Project to empower and protect refugee women fleeing the Darfur crisis. He will be missed. His obituary is available online.
  • José Andrés details his use of solar cookers at Life is Beautiful event in National Geographic - In an article for National Geographic, Chef José Andrés writes about his pop-up restaurant, Sunny Day, which he opened at the Life is Beatufiul event in Las Vegas, NV. Sunny Day used solar cookers to cook their signature dish, vegetarian tacos, during the day and clean-burining ethanol in the evening. Read article...
  • Lapin Kulta Solar Kitchen Restaurant featured in The Guardian - Lapin Kulta Solar Kitchen Restaurant, the traveling solar restaurant from Catalan designer Martí Guixé, Chef Antto Melasniemi and Lapin Kulta beer, was featured in an article in The Guardian as an innovative user of solar energy. The piece discusses the journey of this experimental solar restaurant, including how they were able to cook in Finland in -15°C. Also featured are new innovations in photovoltaic technology, a new apartment in Hamburg, Germany which grows algae for fuel with solar energy, and simple method for water disinfection. Read article...
Basin-from-above-web

Bjorn Qorn makes popcorn for sale with their In-the-ground solar cooker.

  • Another business uses solar cooking to prepare their product - New-member Bjorn Qorn located in New York, USA, has created a large In-the-ground solar cooker to cook their locally-harvested corn for sale as popcorn.

November 2014Edit

  • José Andrés discusses solar and efficient cooking in Time Magazine - As part of the "What I'm Thankful For" series, celebrity chef, José Andrés, explains that he is thankful that his family has a simple and safe method to cook their food, and how solar cooking and other fuel-efficient cooking methods are bringing this benefit to the world's poor, for whom access to traditional cooking fuels is becoming more difficult and expensive every year. Read more...
Hillary Rodham Clinton Cookstoves Future Summit12:50

Hillary Rodham Clinton Cookstoves Future Summit

  • Hillary Clinton acknowledges solar cooking's role in solving cooking fuel crisis - In her keynote speech at a Global Alliance meeting, Hillary Clinton stated that students from the Clinton School of Public Service had traveled overseas to teach solar cooking.
  • Create an account and log in to turn off most of the ads on this site.
  • EG Solar has created a clever animated video short explaining the benefits of solar cooking - Visit EG Solar.
The Solar Cooker by EG Solar e.V02:15

The Solar Cooker by EG Solar e.V.-0

October 2014Edit

Andres2
  • José Andrés debuts Sunny Day pop-up restaurant at Life is Beautiful festival - At the Life is Beautiful festival in Las Vegas, NV, José Andrés debuted Sunny Day, his new solar-powered pop-up restaurant. His goal for the new pop-up restaurant is to educate Americans about clean cooking around the world. Interview with José Andrés.
Wonderbag image, 11-13-13

Sarah Collins with the Wonderbag

  • Heat-retention cooker receives world attention - Wonderbag reports that over 650,000 of the brightly colored heat-retention cooking bags have been distributed worldwide.
Morpho Solar, IEEE Spectrum, 10-9-14

Guro Seim, the CEO of Morpho Solar, and Catlin Powers, COO of One Earth Designs, prepare a meal on a SolSource solar cooker. - Morpho Solar

Solar Cooker Success in Afghanistan!03:12

Solar Cooker Success in Afghanistan!

  • Solar cooking in the Navajo nation - Raquel Redshirt presented her solar cooker design at the TEDxABQ 2014 conference in Albuquerque, NM on September, 6 2014. She stated that her solar cooker was a more health-conscious option in her community which has a high rate of diabetes.
  • Global Hope Network International delivers solar cookers to Afghanistan - The Global Hope Network International reports its recent success in transporting 300 solar cookers to rural villages in central Afghanistan where all 300 were purchased by villagers.

For older news, please see Solar cooking news archive.
For all news added to any page on the site see News log.

ContactEdit

Around Wikia's network

Random Wiki