NLPS Board wants public feedback on Environmental Stewardship Action Plan
The school board subcommittee on environmental stewardship has developed an exciting action plan. Please find a link to the draft here:
The school board would like public feedback on their draft plan before September. We at the Nanaimo Climate Action Hub certainly encourage its support. Feedback can be directed to:
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You may remember that a few months ago, we worked with the VIU EcoClub to write an open letter to VIU asking for the University to make a number of changes in regards to climate change. See our blog post:
VIU recently announced their President's Task Force on Climate Action and Sustainability which will report on progress twice yearly. This is a great step towards the asks from the open letter. Congratulations VIU. See their post here:
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AGM and Keynote talk
Our 1st Annual General Meeting happened on January 25th, 2022. Thank you to everyone who attended and everyone who has been part of the Nanaimo Climate Action Hub since it began! We had a great first year and look forward to an even better second year.
First, we'd like to welcome our new board of directors. Many of them you'll recognize from last year but we also have a few new faces. Our About Us page will be updated shortly to reflect the new directors.
Both of our bylaws passed and we had a discussion about the initiatives that were selected as the focus for the upcoming year. Stay tuned for further updates about these initiatives and how you can be involved!
Finally, we'd like to thank Dr. Jessica Stanley for her keynote talk.
To view the talk and some of the other highlights from our AGM please see the video below.
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2022 Annual General Meeting
Our first Annual General Meeting will happen Tuesday, January 25th at 7pm- 8:30pm. There will be a poetry reading by Natasha Overduin and a keynote talk by Dr. Jessica Stanley, SD68 School Trustee. We will go over what we have been up to for the last year and hold our director elections as well as a small bylaw change.
To RSVP, please fill out the form here.
Please help us determine the priorities for the next year by filling out the survey here. (Survey closes at midnight Sunday, January 23rd 2022)
To become a member of the Nanaimo Climate Action Hub (in order to be able to vote in the elections) please go to the get involved section of the website here.
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