SCI Board Member Monica Woods discusses the importance of solar cooking solutions in addressing global climate and health challenges

11:14 AM on Sep 14, 2020


With wildfires overwhelming much of the United States' West Coast and a global pandemic, we wanted to take this critical opportunity to share with you the importance of climate-friendly, healthy, resilience-building solutions like solar cooking.

During the event we heard from:

  • Caitlyn Hughes, Executive Director and Legacy Circle Member of SCI
  • Monica Woods, SCI Board Member, SCI Legacy Circle Member and local Chief Meteorologist in Sacramento, CA, USA
  • Mary Frank, world-renowned visual artist, activist, previous SCI Volunteer of the Year, and SCI Legacy Circle Member

Click here to watch the video:

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Thank you to the Mary Frank Media Fund. Mary Frank, a well-known visual artist, has been a solar cook, advocate and supporter of Solar Cookers International for over a decade. Her contributions to SCI and advocate for solar cookers has made a profound impact.

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“It’s not just that I like [solar cooking], it’s an urgent necessity. Climate change is a pressing problem and people need to know about and have and use solar cookers.  Our planet is our only home.”   
- Mary Frank