THE EVENT PLANNER IS EXPECTED TO ALLOCATE THIS MUCH TIME TO THE WORK:
1. Two teleconferences per week;
2. Fifteen hours per week pre course (July 2016 to March 2017);
3. Seventy hours for the duration of the course (hours reduced with support from INAC/POLAR);
4. Ten hours per week for 3 weeks post course.
Nunavut is establishing a Climate Change Secretariat and will be looking to hire a number staff in the coming months. Anyone interested in potential job opportunities in climate change adaptation and mitigation should email email@example.com to submit a resume and request more info. For more info about climate change in Nunavut, go to www.climatechangenunavut.ca. The Government of Nunavut is one of the Arctic Energy Alliance's Board of Directors.
LED lighting …. Saving electricity, saving $$!
The Arctic Energy Alliance, in partnership with the Government of the Northwest Territories, is rolling out a one-time LED or Light Emitting Diode light bulb Swap-Out which is available to all households in NWT thermal communities. Households in communities where electricity is generated with diesel or gas generators will have the chance to swap out their existing incandescent light bulbs for new energy efficient LED light bulbs for free.