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Tuesday, 08 October 2013

ANGIRAS - Renewable Energy and Sustainable Living in Remote Areas (Photographer: Zoe)

The afternoon session of ANGIRAS - Renewable Energy and Sustainable Living in Remote Areas - started with Toine talking on sustainable energy solutions, raising the question if sustainability is not first and foremost about choosing a life style that takes into consideration the environment and already badly depleted natural resources. Nick continued with a SEDAB presentation, focusing mainly on the bio-region and its development. Gijs shared an interesting story about organic cotton and its value chain. At the end of presentations, Chamlaji Gupta from the ashram shared some thoughts on the beginning of a search for "unconventional sources of power". He said that the Mother, in 1966, after the construction of the first solar device in Ashram, commented " ...blessings for the efficacy..."


 

Toine van Megen - Sustainable Energy Solutions (Photographer: Zoe) Chamlaji Gupta, pioneer for Nick talk on SEDAB and AVAG bioregion connections and interactions (Photographer: Zoe) Gijs - Tiger - elephant story of Organic Cotton Value Chain (Photographer: Zoe) ANGIRAS - Renewable Energy and Sustainable Living in Remote Areas (Photographer: Zoe) Mona Doctor - Pingel  (Photographer: Zoe)