Help us celebrate our 30th Anniversary by purchasing a Hilary Druxman custom-designed necklace; $40 each and all net proceeds are returned to the Centre.
Make a donation, volunteer or become a member to help get more Manitobans composting, walking to school, choosing climate-friendly commuting, and making greener choices every day.
Green Action Centre offers FREE composting presentations. Sign up online here.
Fancy software for simple things: measuring kids walking and biking to school. With a computer, and one simple class-time survey question, BikeWalkRoll lets school populations from anywhere in the world monitor their transportation patterns overtime.
An ever-growing gap between road costs and transportation revenues makes transportation fiscally unsustainable. We believe it’s time for a New Deal for Winnipeg and transportation.
This Saturday – 8:30pm. Turn off the lights for an hour and start a conversation. It’s Earth Hour.
30th Anniversary Guest Blog: Former ED Randall McQuaker recalls his experience working on the compost info-line, sharing some memorable, fun moments.
Hearty congratulations to Peter Miller and Carolyn Garlich, who received the Anne Lindsey Protecting the Earth Award from the Manitoba Eco-Network. Truly well-deserved recognition for a lifetime commitment to environmental advocacy and action that continues today.
April 2nd is the deadline for public comment’s on the Province’s proposed Waste Management Facilities Regulations.
On June 19th learn how to convert your multi-speed bicycle into a single speed.
Explore the many facets of behaviour change. Walk away with some strategies you can apply to create a more commuter friendly and active workplace.More »