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Connecting Manitobans to climate change facts and solutions

Charts and tables in this Emissions section of our website convert all greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions into CO 2 equivalents so they can be compared .

convert into CO 2 equivalents compared

Each greenhouse gas (GHG) has a different global warming potential (GWP) and persists for a different length of time in the atmosphere.

global warming potential (GWP)

The three main greenhouse gases (along with water vapour) and their 100-year global warming potential (GWP) compared to carbon dioxide are: ()

three main greenhouse gases compared to carbon dioxide 1 x –carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) 25 x –methane (CH 4 ) 298 x –nitrous oxide (N 2 O)

Water vapour is not considered to be a cause of man-made global warming because it does not persist in the atmosphere for more than a few days.

Water vapour

There are other greenhouse gases which have far greater global warming potential (GWP) but are much less prevalent. These are sulphur hexafluoride (SF 6 ), hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs), and perfluorocarbons (PFCs).

other greenhouse gases far greater global warming potential (GWP)

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Awe and Attention is a two-day interdisciplinary symposium addressing the widely perceived loss of attention in the contemporary world. Presenters and keynote speakers will speak to the consequences—social, psychological, and ecological—of the crisis of attention, and consider possible ways to alleviate it through a renewal of awe.

Keynote Speakers

David Abram is a cultural ecologist and philosopher who lectures and teaches widely on several continents. He is the founder and creative director of The Alliance for Wild Ethics, and author of Becoming Animal: An Earthly Cosmology (2010), and The Spell of the Sensuous: Perception and Language in a More-than-Human World (1997). http://wildethics.org

David Abram Becoming Animal: An Earthly Cosmology The Spell of the Sensuous: Perception and Language in a More-than-Human World

David Abram Keynote Address, Magic and the Machine: Notes on Technology and Animism in an Era of Ecological Wipe-Out : Friday 2/16, 4:30 p.m., CTIHB 101

David Abram Keynote Address, Magic and the Machine: Notes on Technology and Animism in an Era of Ecological Wipe-Out

Patrick Curry is a philosopher and ecological ethicist. He is author of numerous books including Deep Roots in a Time of Frost: Essays on Tolkien (2014), Ecological Ethics: An Introduction (2011), and Defending Middle-Earth: Tolkien, Myth and Modernity (1998), as well as the editor-in-chief of the on-line journal The Ecological Citizen . http://www.patrickcurry.co.uk

Patrick Curry Deep Roots in a Time of Frost: Essays on Tolkien Ecological Ethics: An Introduction Defending Middle-Earth: Tolkien, Myth and Modernity The Ecological Citizen .

Patrick Curry Keynote Address, “ The Work of Wonder” : Saturday 2/17, 1:30 p.m., CTIHB 101

Patrick Curry Keynote Address, “ The Work of Wonder”

This part is all about collecting data. Try to sail through whatever part of your day you are investigating without doing stuff that would affect your blood sugar (no problem, right?). Don’t forget to write it all down .

After the test (and after you get some food!) take a look at your data. Any unusual movements in your blood sugar? I would consider anything more than about 30-40 mg/dl of movement something to address. And remember where I talked about repeating the test? This would be a good place to think about double checking. Do you see that same unusual movement again at a similar time on another day? If so, you can be pretty confident that your basal insulin should be adjusted.

What if you wear a continuous glucose monitor (CGM) ? Do you still have to do all of this testing? In my personal opinion, yes, but maybe not as frequently.

CGM’s provide a very useful layer of information, but they do not measure actual blood glucose. They measure something called interstitial fluid , which has a close relationship to the amount of glucose in your blood, but it’s not the same thing.

When it comes to adjusting your basal insulin you want your test results to be as reliable and accurate as possible. With that being said, a CGM can ease the pain of basal rate testing as long as it’s tracking accurately. In the end, the decision is up to you.

Do you trust what you see? Even so, mix in some regular BG checks to be sure.

With that in mind, a CGM can give you tons of information during pockets of the day or night that will be very valuable for your basal rate testing.

Your first instinct will be to make big sweeping changes in your basal insulin. Don’t do it! Take it slow and easy, and talk things over with your doctor or care team.

It’s pretty typical to apply small changes, usually 10% or less, and then see how it goes. It can be a real test of your patience to make changes so slowly, but it’s better than making big changes that can goof you up.

Better safe than sorry, especially if your conclusions from the basal rate test were wrong.

Making very specific basal rate adjustments is one area where pump therapy really shines. With an insulinpump you can program very different basal insulin amounts for each hour of the day (or more).

There is a time-shift involved with basal settings on an insulin pump. To see a change in blood sugar at noon, you have to adjust your basal rate at least 60-90 minutes before.

The law criminalises any acts that trigger religious hatred and/or insult religion through any form of expression, which covers speech and the written word, books, pamphlets or online media. The law prohibits any act that would be considered as insulting God, his prophets or apostles or holy books or houses of worship or graveyards.

The law prohibits any entity or group established specifically to provoke religious hatred and recommends stringent punishments for groups or supporters of any organisations or individuals that are associated with hate crimes.

It also bars any kind of events such as conferences and meetings within the UAE, which are organised with the sole purpose of sowing seeds of discrimination, discord or hatred against individuals or groups.

Receiving financial support for such activities is also punishable under the new law.

The law encourages anyone involved in any activity that violates the law to submit themselves voluntarily before the authorities and has provisions allowing the courts to waive penalties in such cases.

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Aiming to promote the culture of tolerance regionally and globally, the UAE Government of Dubai has launched the nike free run 3 damen pink grau de moto
. The step seeks to provide solutions to the challenges of extremism and promote the UAE as a role model for tolerance.

The law also launches the Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Tolerance Award which seeks to honour the efforts of those who contribute in spreading the culture of tolerance in the societies.

The institute is open to scholars and tolerance advocates who wish to work towards establishing a culture of tolerance and openness in our societies and against all forms of discrimination among people, based on religion, gender, race, colour or language.

The institute will encourage open dialogue and highlight the honest and peaceful essence of Islam against extremism, fanaticism and intellectual repression. It will propose policies, legislations and initiatives to entrench the values of tolerance and co-existence and create an environment that is conducive to social and cultural harmony.


In December 2012, H. H. Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan , Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation launched Hedayah (Arabic for guidance) the new name of the International Centre for Excellence in countering violent extremism, in Abu Dhabi.