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Reenvisioning an Energy Strategy for Manitoba: Planning for 2030 and Beyond
(University of Winnipeg, 2020)
On March 10, 2020 the Re-envisioning an Energy Strategy for Manitoba: Planning for 2030 and Beyond workshop was held at The University of Winnipeg. The purpose of the event was to initiate a discussion amongst Manitobans ...
Advancing local energy transitions: A global review of government instruments supporting community energy
The adoption and encouragement of community energy, that is, the incentive to develop renewable energy projects with community participation and ownership, is a key ingredient of energy transition. Government policies and ...
Empowering Churchill: Exploring energy security in northern Manitoba
(Arctic Institute of North America, 2022-06-11)
To those living in Churchill, Manitoba, having power means much more than being able to turn on the lights. Using Churchill as a case study, we examine how local context can improve the suitability of energy security ...
Building the System: Follow-up, monitoring & adaptive management
(University of Winnipeg, 2020-04-08)
Does impact assessment (IA) end when the license has been granted? While societal resources tend to focus on rigorous project approvals, what happens to the project, to the public and to the environment once approval is ...
Access to Environmental Justice: A Manitoba Toolkit for Improving Public Participation; Final Project Report, February 2021
(Manitoba Eco-network, The University of Winnipeg, and Public Interest Law Centre, 2021-02)
This final report details the implementation of the Manitoba Law Foundation funded project: Access to Environmental Justice: A Manitoba Toolkit for Improving Public Participation. The project materialized as a 6-part public ...