Nunavut General Monitoring Plan - 2019-2022 Call for Proposals
The Nunavut General Monitoring Plan (NGMP) Secretariat has issued a new call for proposals for the 2019-2022 funding cycle. The deadline for sending a two-page Letter of Intent is December 21, 2018 – 23:59 Pacific Time. Your letter of Intent will be reviewed by the NGMP Steering Committee and if accepted you will be invited to submit a full proposal by February 28, 2019 – 23:59 Pacific Time. The NGMP’s proposal documents including eligibility criteria and application deadlines can be accessed and electronically downloaded here () . Applicants are encouraged to liaise with the NGMP Secretariat in the development of their proposals should there be any questions.
The NGMP Steering Committee has agreed upon a list of priority monitoring needs for the 2019-2022 Call for Proposal. Please refer to the Proposal Guidelines for important details.
2019-2022 NGMP Monitoring Priorities
Theme and Valued Component
Letters of Intent can be submitted by email, fax or regular mail to the attention of the NGMP Secretariat at the coordinates noted below. It is recommended that applicants confirm receipt of fax or regular mail/courier submissions with the NGMP Secretariat.
An Inuktut copy of the call for proposals document is currently being translated and will be made available and posted later this month on www.ngmp.ca. For those who require an Inuktut version, please feel free to contact the NGMP Secretariat and one will be sent to you as soon as it becomes available.
Nunavut General Monitoring Plan (NGMP) Secretariat
Nunavut Regional Office, Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada
PO Box 2200, Iqaluit, NU, X0A 0H0
Fax. (867) 975-4736 with attention to NGMP
Indigenous Services Canada’s Climate Change and Health Adaptation Program for First Nations South of 60°
EcoAction Community Funding Program
Science Horizons Youth Internship Program (Science Horizons)
Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada’s First Nation Adapt Program
Indigenous Forestry Initiative (IFI)
The Indigenous Forestry Initiative (IFI) is an application-based funding initiative that supports the participation of Indigenous peoples in Canada’s natural resources sectors, especially the forest sector.
IFI funds a variety of projects that promote forest-based economic development. Application packages are available by emailing IFI / IFA (NRCan/RNCan) <firstname.lastname@example.org> and can be submitted throughout the year.
Indigenous Community-Based Climate Monitoring Program
Indigenous Services Canada’s Climate Change and Health Adaptation Program for Northern First Nation and Inuit communities (CCHAP North)
The program is open to First Nations and Inuit organizations and communities in the Yukon, the Northwest Territories, Nunavut, Nunavik, and Nunatsiavut.
United Nations Climate Change Secretariat Applications for the 2018 Momentum for Change Awards
The United Nations Climate Change secretariat opened the call for applications for the 2018 Momentum for Change Awards February 22nd to showcase action and ambition as national governments work toward implementing the Paris Agreement, the Marrakech Partnership for Global Climate Action, and the Sustainable Development Goals.
Selected initiatives, called ‘Lighthouse Activities,’ shine a light on innovative, scalable and replicable examples of what people are doing to address climate change, in the hope of inspiring others to act. The winning activities will be recognized and celebrated during a series of special events to showcase global climate action in December at the UN Climate Change Conference in Katowice, Poland (COP 24)