Climate Action for Business 101

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Thu Mar 5 @ 9:30 am - 11:30 am - Free

World Trade Centre Winnipeg - 219 Provencher Blvd (main floor)

Or via WebEx

This seminar will cover climate change from the perspective of the business owner.

Attendees will be introduced to the Climate Action Toolkit for Manitoba Business.

Compost Winnipeg - Job Posting

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APPLICATION DEADLINE: Mar 11 @ 5PM

Green Action Centre is looking for a dynamic, self-directed General Manager to lead their social enterprise, Compost Winnipeg.

Climate Action Yoga

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Sun Mar 1 @ 1:00 – 3:00 PM

Yoga Public (280 Fort Street)

Eco-anxiety is a real thing - addressing climate change can leave us feeling alone and overwhelmed. The best thing any of us can do is connect with others, creating meaningful change in our communities.

Join us for this special event to gather with the community, inform yourself, and calm the nervous system.

Transportation & Climate Conference

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Fri Mar 13 @ 5:30 PM – 9:00 PM

Dakota Community Centre / Jonathan Toews Sportsplex (1188 Dakota St)

Manitoba's Climate Action Team wants to Get Moving on Climate!

Attend expert-led breakout sessions & participate in discussion on what transportation could look like in a zero-carbon Manitoba!

Prairie Organics Conference

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Thu Mar 5 - Fri Mar 6

Keystone Centre, Brandon

Prairie Organics: Think Whole Farm 2020 brings the best scientific knowledge about organic together with leading edge practitioners.

This year's conference features a great line up of speakers, social events and a bigger trade show.

News

  • A who’s who of the Wet’suwet’en pipeline conflict

    Feb 26, 2020 – CBC News –

    This article provides a guide to some of the main Wet’suwet’en people who have emerged as leaders, spokespeople, advocates and opponents of the project, and how they fit into the nation’s elected, hereditary and corporate organizational structures.

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  • A quarter of all tweets about climate change are produced by bots

    Feb 23, 2020 – Grist –

    A new analysis has found that a quarter of all tweets about climate on an average day are produced by bots.

    “These findings suggest a substantial impact of mechanized bots in amplifying denialist messages about climate change, including support for Trump’s withdrawal from the Paris agreement,” states the draft Brown University study.

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