Climate action is preventative healthcare, both figuratively and literally. If we want to live full, healthy lives and use our public resources most effectively, we have to put in the time – and the cash – right now.
In light of recent comments by Manitoba Hydro CEO, we’re highlighting an opportunity to save homeowners money and reduce electricity demand by creating a new geothermal utility.
Measuring total emissions without taking into account population is inaccurate
In March 2023, Manitoba's Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives Office, Climate Reality, and Manitoba's Climate Action Team commission a poll through Probe Research in an effort to learn how involved Manitobans think our provincial government should be in addressing...
No further emission increases are tolerable. Any more half-baked measures will half-bake us.
“Hope is short-lived unless coupled with a desire for future worlds that are not depressing but instead so enticing that they might lead us to yearn for a new way of being.”
The first section of Road to Resilience: Volume 3, Policy Solutions is here
Climate spending creates jobs, saves households money, and creates healthier, more equitable communities
Renewable energy is locally generated energy, not exposed to corporate profit-taking or market swings.
A climate target is more than just a number. It is about vision, leadership, and planning, and the government’s target reveals a lack of all three.