Tuesday, August 15, 2006







Sustainability can be taught, in a fun and subtle way, through magic acts. Here's what the Sustainable Energy magic show looked like at Aberdeen Centre mall, in Richmond, in Greater Vancouver. This mall will also offer a model solar car workshop for kids ages 8-14 at a later date. If you didn't see the Sustainable Energy magic show at Science World, Lougheed Mall, Kerrisdale community centre, or Canada Day, please email SolarEduFun (at) yahoo.com for photos. This educational solar energy magic was presented by Rob, contact info: SolarEduFun (at) yahoo.com

Sustainable energy, sustainable transportation, sustainability in education is the subtle message from the Solar Power Roadshow's fun activities for schools, community centres, festivals, and even birthday parties and church fundraisers, in greater Vancouver and other BC municipalities, including Vancouver Island. Its non-formal and free form workshops allow kids from 6 to 76 to play with renewable energy devices and models, for a sustainable future world and post-carbon environment. Climate change is a growing problem that compels every community to learn more, and educate its members, about sustainability.