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B 153, Nehru Colony, Dehradun, Uttarakhand, India
B 153, Nehru Colony, Dehradun, Uttarakhand, India
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There can be several ways to prevent or curb global warming. one of the ways that caught my eyes is the use of solar cookers, especially in villages where trees are cut to get wood for there stove.
Using solar cookers in the village’s school to prepare meals by and for the students. Introducing a new technology to the village via the children, reduces the need to chop down firewood trees.
Deforestation, due to using charcoal or wood fired cook-stoves, is a key issue for happening everywhere and largely not noticed. 
Solar energy, often suggested, seems ideal, but introducing such a new technology is challenging and requires careful, culturally tailored planning. Currently a variety of solar cooker models are sold, but the price makes them unobtainable for most villages. Using and testing this new technology in the school, children will learn about solar energy benefits first hand and can take this experience home.
Many children attend school, most coming to school hungry. Cooked food will help them to learn better. Introducing solar cooking in the curriculum will plant a seed to get the community interested while counterbalancing deforestation sustainably.
Such small yet strong steps can help us win many battles, if not the war against global warming.

Post Author: guru shishya