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Posted March 17, 2010 by OneChange
How many Canadians does it take to change a light bulb? One.
Posted November 27, 2009 by OneChange
To make sure less waste is being produced, the M.E. LaZerte Green Team begun a recycling program. We initially began by placing one recycle bin by each garbage can in the school. Immediately we noticed the amount of waste began to decline. After raising money from the bottles we collected, we began putting a green recycling bin in each of the classrooms for beverage containers.
Posted July 1, 2009 by Corrie
On May 16, 2009 a group of over 50 volunteers delivered over 2800 compact fluorescent light (CFL) bulbs to almost every residence in Scenic Acres. I was thrilled with the enthusiasm and support of so many individuals, families, and organizations involved with the three hour blitz of the neighbourhood on a long weekend!
Posted by Amanda | May 20, 2009
Project Porchlight’s Alberta campaign officially wrapped up in March of this year, but we still had one Calgary community left to target this spring. Thanks to keen Scenic Acres resident Janice Park Wong, all of Calgary is now a little bit brighter and a whole lot greener!
Posted April 6, 2009 by OneChange
Posted April 1, 2009 by OneChange
If every household in Canada replaced one incandescent light bulb with a compact fluorescent light bulb (CFL), it would be equivalent to taking 66,000 cars off the streets, according to energy star statistics. This smart and simple swap was the bright idea behind Project Porchlight's mission to light up Calgary with free eco-friendly bulbs.
Posted March 30, 2009 by OneChange
Roughly $87,000 has been collected via town's $4 bi-monthly surcharge
A green fund worth roughly $87,000 could be used to offer rebates on installing low-flow toilets or energy efficient furnaces as early as this summer, mayor Bruce Lennon says.
Posted March 28, 2009 by OneChange
One Change, the not for profit organization that runs the award-winning campaign Project Porchlight, which is responsible for handing out over 2 million free CFL bulbs throughout Canada and some parts of the U.S.