In 2013, we will break ground on the National Center for Biomass Energy and Climate Change, located near La Paz Centro, Nicaragua.
The Center will be an educational resource where communities can learn about managing forests, renewable energy, cleantech, and clean cookstoves. In addition to the core training, we will develop the Center as a global facility, where people from around the world will be empowered with the skills that will help them adapt to climate change in their region.
Features of the National Center for Biomass Energy & Climate Change:
- Biomass Forest Plot
- Classrooms for Trainings & Workshops
- Clean Cookstoves & Fuel-Efficient Kilns
- 2kW Photovoltaic System
- Cleantech Products
- Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency Demos
For questions about the new Center please contact Sebastian Africano, International Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Thank you, Rachel! We appreciate your feedback and willingness to share. Happy Earth Day!
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