Feb. 3 – Global News – Common symptoms like sneezing, runny nose and itchy, watery eyes are lasting longer and are more severe, and experts say climate change is to blame.+
While grocery bills rise, food is still being wasted in Winnipeg — and a new report says nearly half of that greenhouse gas-producing waste is avoidable. Food waste from single-family households made up about 44 per cent of Winnipeg’s waste stream.+
‘We’re still on the bunny slopes’: As 2023 kicks off, is Canada’s climate change plan aggressive enough?
Jan. 14, 2023 – CTV News – Last year, we received a dire warning from climate scientists that the world needs to make more decisive changes in order to avoid catastrophic climate change impacts – but as 2023 gets off the ground, is Canada doing everything it can to secure our future?+
Jan. 4, 2023 – The City of Winnipeg may soon try to pinpoint new sites to generate solar power, with the goal of using green energy in civic buildings.+
Jan. 5, 2023 – After enduring relentless set-backs because of parts shortages, NFI (formerly New Flyer Industries) was able to start of the new year with the announced finalization of the sale of 16 zero emission buses to the Winnipeg Transit Authority.+
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Canada’s Prairies are already seeing more drought, flooding and warmer winters as the Earth’s climate warms, but what can we expect in the longer term?