[NOMADE DES MERS] Solar Kitchen et réchaud à bois en Inde

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Date of publication : November 12, 2018
Autor : Corentin De Chatelperon
Localisation : Inde

In episode #11 of the series Nomade des Mers, les escales de l’innovation, Corentin and Pierre-Alain are on their way to Auroville, an experimental city created in the 1960s.

First destination, the Solar Kitchen, a community restaurant that prepares every day a thousand meals thanks to a gigantic solar dish on the roof. Then we will meet Deoyani Sarkhot, a young Indian scientist, who will teach us how to make a wood stove that also allows us to make charcoal.

Thanks to all the Aurovillian community for your welcome and your visionary initiatives : Joy Of Impermanence, Youth Center, Auroville earth institute, Aureka, Windarra Farm / TerraSoul Community Auroville …

Also discovered on the spot, the manufacture of wooden wind paddles !

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