Tag Archives: Manitoba

Waste, Fads, Miles & “Junk”

On this page, we look at these topics related to food and climate change: Food Waste Food Fads Food Miles…+

Dairy & Alternatives

Most Manitoban dairy producers are within an hour’s drive of a processing plant, which greatly reduces milk’s carbon footprint. While…+

Meat & Alternatives

On this page, we look at meat and some alternatives to meat: Solution 1: Cutting back on meat Solution 2: Beans for…+

Grains

While carbs often get a bad reputation, they are an important component of any diet. Understanding what the healthiest grains…+

Guide to Climate-Friendly Eating

The topics of food and diet are very complex, especially when it comes to making climate-friendly choices. Through this guide,…+

Manitoba’s climate plan? Close, but no cigar

Jan 5, 2016 – Winnipeg Free Press ANALYSIS – Manitoba has set new greenhouse gas emission targets. What will it…+

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Manitoba transportation GHGs

In 2018, transportation accounted for the largest portion (about 43 percent) of Manitoba’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions (1). This includes…+

Manitoba Large Final Emitters (LFE)

Large Final Emitters (LFEs) are those facilities that emit 50,000 tonnes (50 kT) or more of carbon dioxide (CO2) equivalents…+

Manitoba waste GHGs

Although waste accounted for only 3% of Manitoba’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in 2018, it has increased significantly since 1990. The…+

GHG emissions – Manitoba

In this section, you will see Manitoba’s GHG emissions from various key sectors. Manitoba agricultural GHGs Manitoba Large Final Emitters (LFE)…+

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