Carbon Markets weathering the financial storm? Learn more at the Business of Climate Change Conference in Toronto this week



    TORONTO, Oct. 13 /CNW/ - There's more to life (and news) than politics.
There's business. And climate change. And the Business of Climate Change
Conference in Toronto on Tuesday, October 14th and Wednesday, October 15th.
    The conference begins Tuesday afternoon with an expert panel discussion
on Global Carbon Markets. The value of carbon markets was $30 billion in 2006
and $64 billion in 2007. Space is limited for this special panel moderated by
Nicholas Armour, the British Consul General and head of UK Trade and
Investments.
    A stellar list of business leaders will bring their ideas and vision to
bear during the Business of Climate Change Conference at the Design Exchange
on Bay Street in the heart of Canada's business and financial district.
    The rules of business are changing. Hear directly from business leaders
how to manage risks associated with climate change and take advantage of new
opportunities.
    Visit www.thebusinessofclimatechange.com for details.




For further information:

For further information: Jim Maclean, (416) 919-4319

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