Project 90 by 2030, a Cape Town-based change focused organization, is hosting an informative evening on Tuesday 29 July at the Kenilworth Community Presbyterian Church Hall (Corner Main Road and Baker Road, Kenilworth, Cape Town) between 6.30pm and 7.30pm.
The session will be an opportunity to share knowledge and ideas of practical solutions around meeting energy needs. A representative from the City of Cape Town will be presenting the City’s solar water heating program, while local residents with energy efficient installations will share their experiences.
To RSVP for the event, email neoka@90×2030.org.za.
Since 2007, Project 90 by 2030 has partnered with South Africans across all sectors of society to enhance climate change awareness and to encourage carbon-reducing actions. Project 90 has sought to build the general public’s awareness of climate change through their renewable energy demonstration sites initiative. Project 90 has collaborated with a number of key public education organizations including, the Two Oceans Aquarium in Cape Town, Johannesburg Zoo and the National Zoological Gardens of South Africa.
Project 90 by 2030’s vision is a world that sustains humanity, where people are valued and earth systems are preserved. The NPO seeks to inspire and mobilize South Africans to low-carbon actions.
Through its work, Project 90 by 2030 engages with policy makers in advocating for good energy governance and empowering citizens to engage in energy and climate change issues. It also engages with young South Africans in building their climate awareness and leadership qualities, and with marginalized communities in improving their energy and water security.
For more information about Project 90 by 2030, visit www.90×2030.org.za.
Image: A 24-module solar array in Ogiinuur, Mongolia. Source: Wikipedia