Terry Duguid has led and assisted with countless environmental initiatives for more than 25 years. As a city councillor in Winnipeg from 1989-1995, Terry worked to improve the city’s water quality, transportation and waste management. Then he stepped into leadership roles, serving as chair of the Manitoba Clean Environment Commission, president of Sustainable Development International, and executive director of the Manitoba Climate Change Task Force. In those roles, he was actively involved in assessing the impacts of large waste and energy projects (eg. the Wuskwatim Dam in Manitoba), creating recommendations (eg. Kyoto targets), and implementing strategies to support water and climate operations and reduce pollution in Lake Winnipeg.