Thanks and congratulations to all those individuals and workplaces that participated! Results and prize winners will be announced in the coming days!
Looking for a presentation for your workplace, school or community organization? Think Green Action Centre.
Here’s a chance to say thanks to our executive director, who is leaving after 15 years. Donations support environmental education by Green Action Centre.
New computers come with mountains of trash. What does this say about the state of producer responsibility?
Clean Air Day 2013 was a big success! We spent the morning walking with Ecole Robert H Smith school in the sunshine and our own frog mascot came along for the fun!
We are making your voice for a greener future even stronger. To help us get there, starting July 1, there will be a $20 annual membership fee to join Green Action Centre as a member.
It’s time to get rolling around Fort Richmond and University Heights! Check out the many bike events in these neighbourhoods.
Clarifying some common misunderstandings that some drivers have about people who ride bikes might just lead to more cooperation on the roads.
Count yourself in on Friday, June 21st, for Bike to Work Day! Join thousands of Winnipeggers on bikes, as we ride to work to reduce pollution and a fun commute, while also helping to make cycling better in our city. Stop by Green Action Centre’s pit stop in Juba Park between 6:30-9:00 a.m. for a snack and a chance to interact with your fellow cyclists! Check out the full week of activities leading up to Bike to Work Day — from Bikes Mean Business to A Moveable Feast and the Bike Film Festival.
On June 26 learn what you need to know about riding at night.
This webinar, the final of three from the NACTO Urban Bikeway Design Guide, will look at how cities can effectively move the curb without creating drainage problems, what “green” infrastructure solutions can be incorporated in bikeway design, and the various cost alternatives. Join us in the EcoCentre boardroom from 2-3:15 on Wed, June 26th.More »