Media Alert - What is Toronto doing to reduce its global footprint?



    Learn Green Facts, Challenges and Solutions at a free public event

    TORONTO, Oct. 9 /CNW/ - While Torontonians should be proud to be among
the cities leading the way to minimize climate change, we all know that there
is more we can do. So what are we doing as a city to reduce our footprint? And
how can what we do at a local level have an impact globally? Learn green
facts, challenges and solutions from two people who know.

    
    WHO:    Mayor David Miller, Mayor of Toronto giving the local perspective
            Stephen Hazell, Executive Director of the Sierra Club giving the
            global perspective

    HOSTED
    BY:     The Second Annual Shirley Shipman Memorial Lecture Series at
            Ryerson University's G. Raymond Chang School for Continuing
            Education

    WHERE:  LIB 72, The Library Building
            Ryerson University
            350 Victoria Street

    WHEN:   Sunday October 14, 2007 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm

    MEDIA
    RSVP    Friday October 12, 2007 by 5:00 pm

    INFO:   For more info - www.ryerson.ca/ce/seniors (416) 979-5000 X 6989
    





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Communications, (416) 929-8253, jobrien@yourbluesky.com

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