Four Travelers. Thirteen States. One Month.
Our Mission: to build solar lights for marginalized communities and raise awareness for sustainable development.
"Journey of Light" is a partnership between Liter of Light, a global sustainable energy movement, and the socio-cultural adventure series Lost & Found: Journeyman.
A month-long roadtrip across the United States, the Journeymen and their friends will stop at schools and universities around the country to showcase sustainable solutions to energy poverty and teach youth how they can light up the world.
We want to inspire everyone to look forward to a brighter and more sustainable tomorrow.
Want to know where we're headed? Check out our travel stops here.
We are partnering with a number of schools to spread the light this November.
Through hands-on workshops, we will teach students how to assemble their own solar lights and introduce them to the field of sustainable energy.
If you're in the area, join us!
CA UC Berkeley
NV Stillwater Geothermal
AZ University of Arizona
KS Smoky Hills Wind Farm
IL Northwestern School of Law
NY New York City
After a successful adventure in Batangas, Philippines, Journeyman and Liter of Light are taking this partnership global.
Our ambition? To share our knowledge on sustainable energy solutions with young people across the globe and do our part to achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Stay tuned to this section for our dispatches from the field.
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