Igniting Winnipeg's Transition
Sat Oct 11 @ 1PM
UofW Convocation HallPart of the UoW GrassRoutes conference, Transition Winnipeg invites you to an exciting, collaborative workshop to help develop Winnipeg's Great Transition plan further.
David Suzuki Blue Dot Tour
Fri Oct 24 @ 7pm
Burton Cummings TheatreDavid Suzuki and a star-studded lineup of performers, artists, and leaders are on a cross-country journey to give all Canadians the right to drink clean water, breathe fresh air, and eat healthy food.
All-candidates Mayoral Forum
Tue Sep 30 @ 7PM
Unitarian Church, 603 Wellington CresWhere do the candidates stand on visions and plans for a more sustainable Winnipeg? Find out first hand at “Environment on the Agenda”.
Hosted by CJOB's Richard Cloutier.
A sequel to the film “What’s Possible” for the United Nations Climate Summit. Directed by Louie Schwartzberg, narrated by Morgan Freeman with an original score by Hans Zimmer.
Inspiring local stories & videos
Idle Free Zone signs
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Climate change makes it harder to save Lake Erie
Sep 29, 2014 – Toledo Blade
Although not the primary source of Great Lakes algae, climate change is exacerbating the problem and making it harder to reduce phosphorus and other nutrients that help algae grow, experts say.
SaskPower to launch carbon-capture power plant
Sep 28, 2014 – Canadian Press
REGINA – Saskatchewan’s government-owned power utility is set to launch its flagship carbon-capture-and-storage project. While its proponents say the project represents a way to burn coal more efficiently with less greenhouse gas, critics argue carbon capture simply enables the status quo and does little to mitigate the damage caused by carbon emissions.
Statoil puts oilsands project on hold for at least three years
Sep 25, 2014 – Canadian Press
CALGARY – Statoil has put its Corner oilsands project on hold for at least three years as it grapples with rising costs. “Market access issues also play a role — including limited pipeline access which weighs on prices for Alberta oil, squeezing margins and making it difficult for sustainable financial returns.”
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