Community Climate Connectors has a new Program Manager
Effective June 6, NCAH is pleased to have hired Whelm King as Program Manager for our Community Climate Connectors project.
Whelm is a seasoned business leader and project manager. The project will take a multi-pronged approach to assessing how best to motivate households within the Regional District of Nanaimo, including the City of Nanaimo, to reduce their GHG output. We have high hopes that the project will demonstrate a path forward to lowering household GHGs!
Dude! Where's My EV?!!
Are you anxious to buy an electric vehicle but frustrated by limited availability and long lead-times? It's a global problem caused by shortages of microchips and other parts.
The Mid-Vancouver Island Electric Vehicle Association has published a newsletter with perspectives and suggestions on managing the wait. It's useful information for anyone thinking of making the switch, or already in the hunt for an EV.
We have just established an account with the Regional Recycling South Return-It Depot at 839 Old Victoria Road in Nanaimo. You can donate the money from returnable items by asking the clerk to credit the Nanaimo Climate Action Hub account. Thanks in advance for your support. It makes a huge difference!
Summer Potluck Picnic Update
Our picnic will be held on Sunday, August 21, from 11 am to 3 pm at Pacific Gardens Cohousing, 347 Seventh Street, Nanaimo. Please bring food to share, a chair for sitting outside and your own plate and cutlery.
We are really hoping to share food, conversation and friendship with all the members of NCAH.
Slackin' Off in August
There will be no organizers meetings in August. We'll be back to to regular meetings in September on the second and fourth Fridays of the month.
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