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Clean Leadership Conference 2019

Clean Leadership Conference

The Clean Leadership program is designed for Atlantic Canada’s clean economy.

We help the businesses, organizations, and government agencies championing low-carbon growth to invest in students and grads ages 15-30 by placing them in internships in the clean growth sector for a sustainable, thriving economy. The Clean Leadership Conference is a three-day event to kick off the summer internship season. Students get to network with peers, influencers and senior leaders in the clean growth sector. The highlight of the Clean Leadership Conference is the PitchFest, where future Clean Leaders share their innovative ideas for a greener future.

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In-home energy assessment team pivots to provide social support to vulnerable communities

In-home energy assessment team pivots to provide social support to vulnerable communities

Since 2015, the HomeWarming Program has been helping income-qualified Nova Scotians through energy efficiency and comfort upgrades. Devon Morrison, Customer Experience Specialist at Clean, and Kate Powe, Relationships and Development Officer with the United Way, highlight some of the creative ways in which the HomeWarming team pivoted to support local community organizations during the COVID-19 crisis.

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Cod and COVID: a discussion on workforce transitions in a time of crisis

Cod and COVID: a discussion on workforce transitions in a time of crisis

They both have deep family ties to Newfoundland. They both experienced the cod fishery collapse of 1992, one barely a teenager and the other an early career civil servant. They didn’t know each other at the time, but this shared experience helped shape both of their careers in workforce development and education in Atlantic Canada.

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Nova Scotia is a leader in financing for home clean energy

Nova Scotia is a leader in financing for home clean energy

Financing home energy projects can be very expensive and presents a barrier to green solutions. Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) programs help homeowners make good environmental choices that actually saves them money. Sean Kelly, Director at Clean, writes about Nova Scotia’s leadership in this field and shares opportunities that can help you protect your home investment.

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