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*'''January 18-20, 2013: (Mumbai)''' The GreenKarbon 2013 festival, sponsored by Deutsche Bank India and Sanctuary Asia, will take place at Bhavan's College. While this is a general green energy event, solar cooking will be supported by [[Deepak Gadhia]] and the M.S.A. team. [http://www.greenkarbon.com/the-greenkarbon-festival More information...]
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*'''Thursday, January 15, 2015: (Bhayander)'''' The Bhayander based NGO, [[Keshav Srushti]], in a bid to spread awareness on solar cooking, will be gathering students from 500 schools across Mumbai to cook solar-powered dishes. Keshav Srushti has been accredited by the Guinness Book of World Records for having conducted the largest solar oven cooking class in January 2014 with 3,639 participants from 62 schools. Invigorated by the success, the NGO has announced an annual Maha Suryakumbh on January 15, 2015. This coming workshop is aiming to reach 25,000, and possibly even more, school students. [http://www.dnaindia.com/mumbai/report-mumbai-ngo-to-hold-maha-suryakumbh-with-25000-students-2009258 More information...]
 
*'''January 26-28, 2013: (Vadodara)''' There will be a three-day solar food processing workshop at the Muni Seva Ashram in Goraj, Vadodara, [[India]]. The Ashram is known regionally for its environmental programs and extensive experience with organic gardening. [[Rolf Behringer]] reports that the German NGO [[WISIONS]] has agreed to support the establishment in India of the first regional [[Solar Food Processing Network]]. He is helping to organize the event. The aim of the Solar Food Processing Network (SFPN) is to establish a global network of interested parties (NGOs, governments, farmers, and manufacturers) to develop and promote efficient methods of solar food processing and conservation. On Jan. 28th there will be field trips to visit local solar food processing plants. See the [[Media:Invitation_to_Solar_Food_Workshop_2013_Goraj_final.pdf|Invitation]] and [https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dE5CVVc0RGJ4bzQ2ZW1vdllNR0ZPbGc6MQ Registration] information.
 

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  • Thursday, January 15, 2015: (Bhayander)' The Bhayander based NGO, Keshav Srushti, in a bid to spread awareness on solar cooking, will be gathering students from 500 schools across Mumbai to cook solar-powered dishes. Keshav Srushti has been accredited by the Guinness Book of World Records for having conducted the largest solar oven cooking class in January 2014 with 3,639 participants from 62 schools. Invigorated by the success, the NGO has announced an annual Maha Suryakumbh on January 15, 2015. This coming workshop is aiming to reach 25,000, and possibly even more, school students. More information...

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