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What is Manitoba doing to fight climate change? 
  1. Manitoba Climate and Green Plan: In 2017, the government of Manitoba introduced its Climate and Green Plan, which sets targets for reducing greenhouse gas emissions and outlines a strategy for transitioning to a low-carbon economy. The plan includes initiatives to reduce emissions from transportation, buildings, and industry, as well as to increase the use of renewable energy.

  2. Manitoba Hydro Clean Energy Strategy: Manitoba Hydro, the province's electric utility, has developed a Clean Energy Strategy that includes a plan to increase the use of renewable energy sources, such as hydroelectric, wind, and solar power. The strategy also includes initiatives to improve energy efficiency and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

  3. Electric Vehicle Strategy: Manitoba has developed an Electric Vehicle Strategy, which includes initiatives to increase the use of electric vehicles in the province. The strategy includes measures to install charging infrastructure, provide incentives for purchasing electric vehicles, and support the development of a local electric vehicle industry.

  4. Carbon Pricing: Manitoba has implemented a carbon pricing system, which places a price on greenhouse gas emissions from industrial and transportation sectors. The system includes a cap-and-trade program for large emitters and a carbon tax on fuels.

  5. Natural Infrastructure: Manitoba is investing in natural infrastructure, such as wetlands, forests, and grasslands, which can help absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. These natural infrastructure projects also help protect biodiversity and provide other ecosystem services.