Why climate action groups are calling for geothermal heating in Manitoba

Manitoba’s Climate Action Team (CAT) is calling on Manitoba Hydro to create a geothermal utility as a way to save residents money and reduce electricity demand. Read more  

Earth Day 2024

Celebrate our planet and connect with art, music and dance! Sign up to join our Earth Day Flash Mob or take part in our Manitoba Schools Art/Poster Contest! Learn more.

Contest - Win Tickets to see Bill Nye the Science Guy - LIVE! In Winnipeg, March 3, 2024

Climate Solutions Contest - There are so many ways we can save the planet! Which climate solutions are inspiring you? We want to know. Tell us and YOU could WIN.  Enter Now!

Thank you Gay Lea Foundation!

For supporting the Manitoba Food Rescue and Emissions Reduction project! Their generous support will go towards the establishment of a low-cost freezer warehouse in Winnipeg! To help increase the capacity of our local food banks. Read more.

Food Rescue & Emissions Reduction

Let's Feed People Not Landfills. We are working to establish a new freezer warehouse in Winnipeg that will store large volumes of rescued food and get it to those in need. Good food is ending up in our landfills, when it rots it produces methane gas, which quickly heats up the planet. Learn more.


  • Fill ’er up. Burn it down

    Feb. 9, 2024 – The National Observer – Fuelling our rising horde of gas-guzzlers in Canada is burning down our nation’s climate promises and our kids’ future.


  • How the mild weather will impact the upcoming forest fire season in Manitoba

    Feb. 7, 2024 – Though most Manitobans have been enjoying the mild winter, the warm weather may have some negative impacts in the coming months. According to Curtis Hull with Climate Change Connection Manitoba, the dry weather could have “really serious consequences” in the spring and summer, including increasing the risk of forest fires.


New on this Site

  • Carbon Pricing

    Want to understand how carbon pricing works in Manitoba? Or the impact various carbon prices would have on the price of fossil fuels that Manitobans typically buy?

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  • Resources for schools

    We’ve updated our Climate Friendly Schools section of our website. Get tools and inspiration to help get your school informed and engaged in addressing climate change.

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You need to measure methane and hydrogen leaks to accurately assess whether hydrogen production is a net positive for the climate, according to a new study by @EnvDefenseFund. #Hydrogen

This is why 🇨🇦 urgently needs:
- a higher carbon price with no carve-outs
- a strong Emissions Cap
- ambitious regulations on methane and clean electricity
- a funded National Adaptation Strategy

The status quo is no longer viable.


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