Did you know that the Manitoba Eco-Network operates a library in our downtown office? It’s a great place to discover more about environmental topics and issues by checking out a book, DVD, magazine or journal. Check out a book to use in an environmental book club, or show a DVD at an environmental movie night!
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Students at Sisler High School aren’t afraid of a little yogurt or poutine on their quest for sustainability. And it’s a good thing, because they have their work cut out for them with the amount of recycling at their school. Check out these recycling numbers for Sisler: 1 school 1800+ students 200 recycling bins 50
Students from Sisler High School invite you to join them for their annual Sustainability Conference! Morning sessions include facilitation from Assiniboine Park, Food Matters, Manitoba Eco-Network, Ethos Farm, and Green Bean. Afternoon sessions will be led by students from Sisler High School and topics will focus on: School-wide recycling, after school cooking and fair trade,
Our Youth-led Steering Committee is hosting an informal get together on Thursday, March 20th at the Eco-Center (303 Portage Avenue). Come join other environmentally-minded youth for an evening of art-making! We will be around from 5-7pm and snacks will be provided. There will be several project ideas for you to choose from: Create your own
By Natalie Baird Today, the world faces multiple questions and problems surrounding energy, waste, food security, the economy, community, culture and pollution. We have seen that traditional methods are not effective in discussing sensitive issues surrounding the environment and human and ecosystem health. This is especially true while working with youth. These complex and non-liner
There were a few things that Scott Harrison thought he could change if he started his own charity. So at 30 he founded charity: water, which brings clean drinking water to developing nations. He set about doing things his way: Projects would be easy to track by donors who could follow progress by way of GPS
Eco Eklectica is a fundraiser for the Manitoba Environmental Youth Network. Come join us at The Edge Gallery on Friday, April 26th. There will be local food and beverages as well as live music, sustainable silent auction & prizes and Art from the Environmental Art Mentorship. Doors open at 7. Tickets are available at U
Visit the home page of Manitoba Eco-Network for the latest environmental resources, or visit the Resources page. Have some great resources to share with other young people? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sign up for the monthly Eco Bulletin to receive updates in your inbox. The quarterly Eco Journal contains news and perspectives from the Manitoba environmental community (become a member to subscribe). Visit the home page of Manitoba Eco-Network for the latest environmental news. Here are some mainstream media sites where you will find environmental news from
There were a few things that Scott Harrison thought he could change if he started his own charity. So at 30 he founded charity: water, which brings clean drinking water to developing nations. He set about doing things his way: Projects would be easy to track by donors who could follow progress by way of