For Immediate Release
Victoria BC, Canada. December 29, 2010 --
Aviation Renewables has contributed to the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) for Darfur, S udan. “We appreciate the opportunity to bring renewable technologies to Sub-Saharan Africa. In keeping with our core values as an organization, we are therefore proud to help the World Food Program and its incredible work in this region,” says Allister Wilmott, Director of Aviation Renewables.
The WFP is working to provide 20,000 energy efficient wood stoves in order to reduce violence against women when they are forced to gather wood far from their homes and simultaneously reduce the rate of deforestation from inefficient wood burning practices. Through the support of Aviation Renewables, another 100 women and 200 trees will be protected in the Darfur region.
Aviation Renewables provides consulting and design work for green power and LED lighting solutions where conventional infrastructure is generally not available. The remoteness of various airfields throughout Africa requires off grid, highly reliable, low power navigation solutions. Through its ethos in providing safe, environmentally sustainable technologies, Aviation Renewables supports social and environmental causes where it carries out its global work. For more on Aviation Renewables please visit www.aviationrenewables.com
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