Sustainable Building Manitoba Lunch & Learn


Thu Nov 14 @ noon

Manitoba Hydro Place (360 Portage)

Sustainable Building Manitoba's next Lunch & Learn will be panel discussion on the Green New Deal.

Discover what you need to know about it and how it could affect your work here in Manitoba.

Climate Change "Future Feast” Fall Supper

Tickets on sale now

Fri Nov 22 @ 5PM-9PM

Red River College (160 Princess)

Enjoy a locally-sourced meal from Diversity Foods. Learn and be inspired in breakout sessions and participate in a discussion with a panel of food system experts as we try to come to grips with the challenge of how to feed ourselves in a low carbon future.

Job Posting: Indigenous Programs Outreach Coordinator


Deadline: Fri Nov 22

Join Green Action Centre's First Nations Waste Minimization project team!

Help deliver a teachers' workshop and classroom presentations in communities around the province.

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IPCC 1.5℃ Report Analysis


to a 1-sheet PDF Summary of the IPCC 1.5℃ report including suggestions for a strategy to help us prepare for this future.

The IPCC released a report on how quickly we need to take carbon out of the atmosphere to limit global warming to 1.5°C and avoid its most destructive consequences.


  • Climate crisis: 11,000 scientists warn of ‘untold suffering’

    Nov 5, 2019 – The Guardian –

    More than 11,000 scientists have declared that the world’s people face “untold suffering due to the climate crisis” unless there are major transformations to global society. “To secure a sustainable future, we must change how we live. [This] entails major transformations in the ways our global society functions and interacts with natural ecosystems.”


  • Keystone pipeline spilled 1.4 million litres of oil in North Dakota

    Oct 31, 2019 – CBC News –

    The cause of the rupture has not yet been disclosed but the initial estimate makes it one of the biggest onshore crude spills in the past decade. Pipeline operator Calgary-based TC Energy has been seeking to expand this pipeline system linking Western Canadian oil fields to U.S. refineries with its proposed Keystone XL project.


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