Health Canada is proposing to stop granting new temporary registrations of pesticides, which is a fantastic step to reducing the amount of harmful chemicals being used across the country. Great news, right? But there’s a catch.
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.
TomorrowNow – Manitoba’s Green Plan promises to develop action plans for a green economy and climate change. The Province commissioned the International Institute of Sustainable Development (IISD), working with University of Winnipeg and Manitoba’s Climate Branch, to consult and make recommendations for these plans. The recommendations are expected to be forthcoming in March.
When Finance Minister Greg Dewar invited public submissions for Budget 2015, we responded by proposing A Green Budget for a Green Economy.
After reviewing mountains of evidence and 48 days of oral hearing, Green Action Centre gives qualified support for Manitoba Hydro’s Keeyask dam and U.S. transmission line proposal. Read the key points from our final submission or download the full document.