Road to Resilience
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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Thanks to the Manitoba Seniors for Sustainability campaign for raising awareness and concern.
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.
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Finding alternative ways to move ourselves and our goods without fossil fuels is critical in reducing emissions in our province. Unfortunately, making the right choice isn’t enough. road2resiliencemb.ca
Bison adds electric big rig to fleet
Sep 3, 2021 – Winnipeg Free Press –
This is a courageous and inspiring initiative on the part of Bison Transport – “For a trucking company to jump on to a new technology … the entire industry need(s) to be adjusted.” – Terry Shaw, MTA. Last year, the Manitoba and federal governments came up with a $12 million annual support through the Efficient Trucking Program. Unfortunately that program does not support anything other than diesel technology. Electric truck technologies do not qualify for support.
‘Code red for humanity’ met with deafening silence
Aug 31, 2021 – Winnipeg Free Press –
OPINION – “We need to act quickly. We need a change of heart. We need to elect politicians and support business leaders who have vision and who are prepared to lead, rather than be popular.”
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Recent changes on our website…
April 21, 2021 – We 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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