Fifty houses in a tiny mill town in Central Ontario have free compact fluorescent light bulbs tonight. How many Canadians does it take to change a light bulb? How many Canadians does it take to change things?
Months and months after discovering by accident that changing just one light bulb in every house in Canada would reduce pollution by the equivalent of taking 65,000 cars off the road, the process has started — with a few friends, a brochure, 50 donated bulbs, and a good time in Fenelon Falls. Check out Project Porchlight. You’ll be hearing more about it.