This year, at Pathway to Paris in San Francisco, the lamps used for the performance will be donated to communities living in high-altitude, remote areas of Nepal, who don’t have access to electricity.
From San Francisco
Since the launch of Little Sun in 2012, inspiring people to take climate action has been an important part of our mission. In recent years, especially since the Paris Agreement in 2016, climate change awareness and encouraging communities worldwide to take action has become an essential part of Little Sun’s work.
#SUNFrancisco – Little
Sun is on a mission to shine a light on climate action
Olafur Eliasson and Little Sun will take the stage at Pathway to Paris again, shining a light on climate action on September 14th in San Francisco.
Shining a light on climate
action at Pathway to Paris in San Francisco, September 14th
In Senegal there are 7,2 million people living without access to the electrical grid This leads to the use of candles and kerosene lamps, which are toxic both for the health and the environment.
Little Sun wins UNDP innovation
competition for access to energy in Senegal!
Little Sun has won the prestigious Billion Acts Hero Award!
Little Sun receives Billion
Acts Hero Award at the Monte Carlo TV Festival in Monaco
The Solar Panel Art Series launch a benefit auction on Paddle8 to support Little Sun Foundation
Get your own solar panel
artwork! The Solar Panel Art Series launches its first auction
We are very excited to announce that our mission will be joined by a fantastic partner: IKEA!
Little Sun meets IKEA: Launching
a sustainable living collaboration to raise awareness for energy access for all
An exciting project, in which Little Suns join a caravan from Brussels to Niger thanks to Cosima Jentzsch and her team at FOLIO.
Cars instead of camels- Little
Suns join a caravan from Brussels to Agadez
Little Sun and The Solar Panel Art Series invited to switch off the lights and experience how it feels to spend one hour only in the light of solar-powered Little Suns for Earth Hour 2018.
Earth Hour 2018: Experiencing
the power of solar and togetherness
Little Sun is growing! We are excited to be launching the Little Sun Foundation, which is an extension of our Little Sun social business. Read about the difference between the two and the recent activity in Rwanda here.
Welcoming the Little Sun
Foundation – Because Solar Power Means Empowerment
Little Sun and Solar Development bring light and livelihood to women in Ethiopia.
Light and Livelihood for
Women in Ethiopia with Little Sun and Solar Development
Little Sun returns to London, spreading the word about solar power and sustainable energy through its fun and interactive Sunlight Graffiti at the Winter Lights Festival