Tag Archives: David Nickarz

Green Party: “Protect Whitemud Watershed Wildlife Management Area from the Energy East pipeline”

David Nickarz

Winnipeg, April 14, 2016: “The Green Party urges the next government of Manitoba to uphold the law and protect the Whitemud Watershed Wildlife Management Area from the proposed Energy East pipeline,”  said David Nickarz, Green Party of Manitoba critic for Manitoba Conservation and Water Stewardship. Research by the Manitoba Chapter of the Western Canada Wilderness Committee has uncovered a legal ... Read More »

Green Party would stop the Energy East pipeline and help Manitoba families save on their energy bills

David Nickarz

Winnipeg, March 23, 2016 – Green Party of Manitoba Energy advocate for Conservation and Water Stewardship, David Nickarz, says that a Green government would reject all projects associated with construction of the proposed Energy East pipeline. The Green Party of Manitoba (GPM) thinks that Manitoba Hydro would help Manitobans more by investing in energy retrofitting and development of solar production, ... Read More »

The Green Party’s Climate Action Plan for Manitoba

Winnipeg, Dec. 14, 2015: Manitoba Green Party Leader James Beddome and Green Conservation and Water Stewardship Critic David Nickarz introduced a Green Climate Action Plan for Manitoba. Photo: Paul S. Graham

Speaking at a news conference today, Manitoba Green Party Leader James Beddome and Green Conservation and Water Stewardship Critic David Nickarz introduced a Green Climate Action Plan for Manitoba. The Green Action Plan focuses on taxation, transportation, building practices and agricultural reform. Carbon tax and dividend The Greens propose a sufficiently high fee on greenhouse gas pollution, or carbon tax, ... Read More »

Green Party of Manitoba urges Province to resist pressure to approve Energy East Pipeline

David Nickarz

Winnipeg, July 13, 2015 – Green Party of Manitoba Energy advocate for Conservation and Water Stewardship, David Nickarz, has called on the Manitoba Government to reject all projects associated with construction of the proposed Energy East pipeline. According to the Globe and Mail, a draft Canadian Energy Strategy, which is to be finalized at a premier’s conference in St. John’s ... Read More »