Welcome to the Town of Stonewall, Manitoba, Canada. Located a short drive north of Winnipeg, Manitoba, the Town of Stonewall is a great place to live, invest and raise a family
The Rural Municipality of Rockwood has a long and rich history going back to 1880 when the Municipality was incorporated.
The Municipality's forefathers determined that Rockwood would prosper through the promotion and development of opportunities in education and industry.
Known throughout Manitoba as the 'Gateway to the Interlake,' Teulon is a friendly, rural community located 30 minutes north of the City of Winnipeg on PTH #7.
Nestled in the heart of some of Western Canada’s finest agriculture land, our community’s goal is to maintain a strong focus on a sustainable future while at the same time creating a modern and progressive town that everyone and anyone would be proud to call home.
Green Manitoba is delivering programs to foster environmental innovation and community development. This includes community-based approaches to promote waste reduction and the efficient use of water and energy, and focusing in the immediate term on several waste minimization priorities: tires, packaging and printed materials, household hazardous waste, electronic-waste, and paint.
ecoAction Canada is the Government of Canada's website that lists national environmental initiatives, grants and rebates. Canada's vision: Using Less - Living Better.
Manitoba Eco-Network promotes positive environmental action by connecting people and groups in our communities. We educate, we facilitate, we celebrate!
Climate Change Connection aims to build awareness and to empower Manitobans to take action and reduce their greenhouse gas emissions - both individually and as a community. GHG emission reductions achieved by Manitobans will help Canada meet targets established by the Kyoto Protocol.
Resource Conservation Manitoba is a non-profit, non-governmental centre for environmental education and applied sustainability.
Households, workplaces, schools, and communities look to RCM for practical information on active transportation, composting, waste reduction and resource conservation. We work with partners and community networks to identify down-to-earth, everyday solutions to climate change, traffic congestion, overconsumption and waste.
PARC - Manitoba Hydro Climate Change Research Professor from the University of Winnipeg.
Earth Day Canada (EDC) is a national environmental communications organization mandated to improve the state of the environment by empowering Canadians to achieve local solutions. Since 1991, EDC has been coordinating Earth Day/Earth Month events, and creating successful community programs and award-winning artistic and media projects.
Understanding what climate change means for Canada requires addressing potential impacts and how we, as a country, can best adapt. Adaptation is a critical response to climate change, which is complementary to mitigation. Adaptation will reduce our vulnerability to climate change and allow us to take advantage of potential opportunities.
IISD is in the business of promoting change towards sustainable development. As a policy research institute dedicated to effective communication of our findings, we engage decision-makers in government, business, NGOs and other sectors in the development and implementation of policies that are simultaneously beneficial to the global economy, the global environment and to social well-being.
Earthwatch Institute is an international non-profit organization that brings science to life for people concerned about the Earth's future. Founded in 1971, Earthwatch supports scientific field research by offering volunteers the opportunity to join research teams around the world. This unique model is creating a systematic change in how the public views science and its role in environmental sustainability.
The UNEP's mission is to provide leadership and encourage partnership in caring for the environment by inspiring, informing, and enabling nations and peoples to improve their quality of life without compromising that of future generations.