Solar Cookers International featured in The New Yorker magazine
Thanks to Solar Cookers International supporters, SCI is spreading knowledge of solar cooking even further. Solar Cookers International was just featured in The New Yorker magazine:
in its September 30th edition. The New Yorker has over 1 million readers. The article describes the importance of solar cooking, and SCI’s role.
SCI Science Director Alan Bigelow, Ph.D., hosted The New Yorker author Ian Frazier in August to a solar cooking feast. Mr. Frazier watched the preparation of a delicious solar cooked meal while dialoguing with long-time SCI supporter and solar cooking advocate Mary Frank. Ms. Frank helped develop the connection through the American Academy of Arts and Letters (also a supporter of Solar Cookers International), which you can read more about at:
Awareness and support are essential in implementing SCI’s mission of improving human and environmental health by supporting the expansion of effective carbon-free solar cooking in world regions of greatest need. Thank you to everyone who helps make this a reality.
If you’d like to learn more about solar cooking and why it’s important, you are encouraged to attend a presentation at the Nyack Library on September 26, 2019 when Dr. Bigelow will speak at 7:30 p.m. For more information about this event, and to register to attend, click here:
For more information about SCI and how to become engaged, visit our website: https://www.solarcookers.org/