Road to Resilience

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The Climate Action Team has launched Manitoba’s Road to Resilience - an achievable and concrete pathway to a better future.

It shows what is needed to feed, shelter, transport goods & people, and produce electricity without the use of fossil fuels, with foundational chapters on nature, green jobs, and the human impacts of climate change.

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IPCC 1.5℃ Report Analysis

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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.

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Activity Sheets

Earth Week may be over but you can still enjoy these family friendly activities that will get you thinking about nature.

We have recently added two activity sheets to our Resources for Schools page:

News

  • Another dry year raises concern for future

    Nov 9, 2021 – Winnipeg Free Press

    Though droughts and floods are part of the normal ebb and flow of prairie life, Climate Change Connection’s Curt Hull believes the dry conditions that have scored the past couple years are “absolutely” cause for concern. “The indications are that climate change is amping everything up. It’s making floods more severe, and it’s making droughts more severe,” said Hull.

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  • How easy is it to be green in Winnipeg? City too slow on climate emergency fight, say experts, advocates

    Nov 7, 2021 – CBC News –

    Advocates say the city is moving far too slowly to reduce greenhouse gases. And it’s not giving its residents — in this case, more than half of Manitoba’s population — a real shot to do their part, either. “The emergency is getting worse and we’re still talking instead of doing,” said Curt Hull, project director at Climate Change Connection, a non-profit that educates Manitobans and works on solutions to climate change.

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  • Recent changes on our website…

    April 21, 2021We have updated 5 website pages in the “GHG Emissions – Manitoba” section. Manitoba Greenhouse Gas (GHG) data has been updated to include 2019. The Large Final Emitter page in this section will be updated soon.

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