Last edited: 21 December 2017      

The purpose of this page is to consolidate notes useful to or related to the use of the integrated cooking method as disaster response. See also Solar Cookers International’s Work for Disaster Preparedness.

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It would be handy to have a booklet that contains extremely basic information that might be distributed to victims of a disaster (in which local infrastructure is destroyed). It would concentrate on using found items to build things like solar ovens, rocket stoves, and heat-retention cookers.

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It would probably be best to stick with heat-retention designs from scavenged materials; it might be difficult to come by all of the correct materials to construct even a cardboard solar oven (plastic/glass/aluminum foil or reflective sheets & glue).

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