GUELPH POLITICAST #32 – Kelly Smith of the 2016 Resilience Festival

You might have heard that the people of Guelph are known for being environmentally friendly. Given that somewhat foggy reputation, you might imagine that next Saturday’s commemoration of Earth Hour is an occasion here in the Royal City, but you only know the half of it. In 2010, Transition Guelph first held an Earth Hour potluck for the community, a candle-lit communal meal to mark the one hour per year we give up electricity in acknowledgement of how beholden we are to it. And now, in 2016, that one meal has grown into a full-blown festival. Continue reading “GUELPH POLITICAST #32 – Kelly Smith of the 2016 Resilience Festival”