Nunavut Government seeks youth to help fight climate change Secretariat to select nine youth for spot on committee

  • The Government of Nunavut is creating a youth advisory committee on climate change for Nunavummiut between the ages of 18 and 29 years. (Photo by Dustin Patar)

    By Nunatsiaq News

    The Government of Nunavut wants youth to help tackle climate change.

    The Climate Change Secretariat created a youth committee to do that, and those chosen to join will be able to advise the territorial government on its climate-change policies, as well as raise awareness about climate change in their home communities. They’ll also get the chance to represent Nunavut youth at climate-change gatherings.

    Members will be able to provide different insights on such climate issues and be a voice to use for all programs, policies, and activities.

    The secretariat is calling on anyone aged 18 to 29 to apply. A total of nine people will be selected.

    Members will be paid an honorarium and given recognition for their services on the committee. Those eligible can find an application on the Nunavut Climate Change Centre website or visit their local government liaison office.

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