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    New Report: Gas Does not Belong in A Canadian Sustainable Finance Taxonomy

    May 15, 2024 – Environmental Defense –  Natural Gas is not green. There is serious concern that fossil fuels like…+

    Manitoba Food Rescue Grocery grows, to save more food and more money for customers

    Apr. 6, 2024 – Every pallet of bread, potatoes or beef that arrives at the Food Rescue Grocery in Brandon,…+

    Food Rescue Grocery builds on its success, moves to bigger location in Brandon

    Apr. 6, 2024 – CBC News – Food Rescue Grocery builds on its success, moves to bigger location in Brandon….+

    Landfill gas conversion will reduce pollution, make money: city

    Feb. 6, 2024 – Winnipeg Free Press – A long-awaited city agreement to convert potent landfill gases into renewable energy,…+

    Measuring methane intensity is a key step on the path to net zero

    Dec. 26, 2023 – The Conversation – After Canada and the United States both announced new policy measures to address oil and gas methane…+

    Phasing out fossil fuels could save millions of lives

    November 30, 2023 – Science Daily – A new study estimates that the mortality burden attributable to air pollution from…+

    More than 90% of Saskatchewan’s heavy oil sites don’t measure pollution: scientist

    Sept. 5, 2023 – The Narwhal – In September 2022, a European satellite spotted a massive cloud of pollution near…+

    Manitoba waste GHGs

    Although waste accounted for only 6% of Manitoba’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in 2022, 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)…+

    Manitoba agricultural GHGs

    Agriculture plays a unique role in the climate change challenge. While agriculture contributes a large portion of Manitoba’s greenhouse gas (GHG)…+

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