The Town of Sackville is partnering with local organizations including EOS to offer an informative evening about preparing for flooding in Sackville. The meeting is part of the town’s municipal plan review process. All Sackville residents, business owners, organizations and institutions are encouraged to attend.
EOS invites you to our AGM. You’ll hear about our recent projects on rain gardens, Sackville’s EV charger, community energy reduction action plans, preparing for flooding, climate change education and more! You’ll also get a sneak peak at our upcoming projects including more solar energy for Tantramar! Plus, we are happy to have Brad Wasson, Director of NB Power’s Reduce and Shift Demand Program speak. Find out more about why all New Brunswickers need to reduce and shift their energy use.
Find out all the details for the summer 2015 EOS student position. Questions? Please contact executive director Amanda Marlin at 536-4487 or email@example.com. Deadline to apply is Tuesday, April 28th at 5pm.
Sackville’s electric vehicle charging station was installed last fall and its use has been monitored. The final project report is now available. EOS wishes to thank the Mouth Allison Student’s Union Green Investment Fund as well as the Town of Sackville for helping to fund this project. The Town of Sackville is also covering the ongoing costs of the charging station so that the public may charge vehicles for free! For more information on this project, please contact EOS at firstname.lastname@example.org or 506-536-4487.
The third annual Tantramar Climate Change Week was a success! It would be great for the Week to spread beyond Tantramar. If you are interested in planning a Climate Change Week in your community, check out this new helpful how-to guide: How-to guide to Climate Change Week.