WRENCH's Cycle of Giving 2019
Dec 7 to Dec 8 noon to noon
Orioles Community Centre (448 Burnell)
The Cycle Of Giving 24 hour kids bike building marathon is bringing volunteer mechanics together to build over 350 bicycles for kids in need.
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“Don’t give up on the Future” – CCC’s Curt Hull gave a submission to a City of Winnipeg Policy Committee on Nov 28 2019.
Scientists have gotten predictions of global warming right since the 1970s
Dec 4, 2019 – Vox –
For the first time, a systematic review of climate models has been published. Long story short: “We find that climate models published over the past five decades were generally quite accurate in predicting global warming in the years after publication.”
Moody’s downgrades Alberta’s credit rating, citing continued dependence on oil
Dec 4, 2019 – CBC News –
Trevor Tombe, an associate professor of economics at the University of Calgary, said the downgrade is pretty consistent in its assessment of Alberta’s risk due to the importance of the oil and gas sector to the province’s budget.
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August 14, 2019 – Manitoba Greenhouse Gas (GHG) data has been updated to include 2017. (5 webpages) Manitoba’s GHG emissions for 2017 reached an all-time high.
Spent the afternoon at Gordon Bell High School @WinnipegSD. A few of the students are headed to @TownofChurchill in the new year, with @assiniboinezoo. They wanted to know what kind of #carbonfootprint they have. We talked #Transportation #Consumerism #Food #Waste. https://t.co/cpnfDu4mum
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