It’s official: Guelph and Wellington County will receive $10 million from Infrastructure Canada to implement their Smart Cities vision: Our Food Future, Canada’s first circular food economy. The joint proposal from City of Guelph and Wellington County was submitted in early March after nine months of planning involving more than 150 community partners.
CTV Kitchener featured the Guelph-Wellington Smart Cities Challenge in three segments on March 25’s In Your Backyard. Watch how these local businesses are already limiting waste and promoting a circular food economy.
After nine months of planning involving more than 150 community partners, the City of Guelph and County of Wellington have submitted their Smart Cities Challenge application to Infrastructure Canada. Key partners celebrated the submission yesterday, followed by a...
More than 80 community members and food experts gathered at the Guelph Y on Tuesday to explore our relationship with food and ways to eat healthier and reduce food waste. The event was part of the City of Guelph and County of Wellington’s Smart Cities Challenge project, Our Food Future.
Guelph and Wellington County’s Smart Cities Challenge work to create Canada’s first circular food economy is making news globally.
Guelph and Wellington County are in a strong position to become Canada’s first circular food economy, which could realize tens-of-millions in savings and related benefits, according to a report from UK-based Ellen MacArthur Foundation, a global thought leader in circular economies.
The City of Guelph and the County of Wellington join forces with Queensland, Australia to harness circular economy synergies and tackle global food challenges
Australia announces support for Guelph-Wellington’s circular food economy Smart Cities application and establishes a new circular food lab in Queensland Guelph, Ont., February 25, 2019 – Today, Queensland, Australia’s Department of Innovation announced its commitment...
Africa has 60% of the world’s uncultivated arable land, and has the potential to become an agricultural hub by applying agri-tech and futurist thinking.
Guelph and Wellington County want people to think more about where their food comes from — and where it ends up.
The City of Guelph and County of Wellington are partners in Our Food Future, a bold vision of a sustainable and thriving food economy that contributes new jobs, and values the planet, health, equity and dignity for everyone.