Hurricane season brings no shortage of devastating flooding and power outages. Under these weather emergencies, the case for collapsible solar lanterns as a better alternative to flashlights for hurricane preparedness could not be stronger.
Energy poverty impacts millions of families in the US. With the help of the Honnold Foundation, Reverend Joan Ross and the NEWCC use solar power in a Detroit community to make energy affordable.
To celebrate UNESCO’s International Day of Light, we are reminded about the power of light and the role solar light can play in the lives of farmers who have been devastated by natural disaster.