Media Advisory - Climate change impacts and adaptation opportunities for Canada's mining industry

    TORONTO, Aug. 17 /CNW/ -


    News conference at the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) to release findings
    of new David Suzuki Foundation report, Climate Change and Canadian
    Mining: Opportunities for Adaptation, on the impact of climate change
    and opportunities for adaption in the Canadian mining industry.


    August 19, 2009
    10:00 to 10:30 a.m. EDT


    Toronto Stock Exchange, TMX Broadcast Centre, Studio, The Exchange Tower,
    130 King Street West, Toronto


    Because of its dependency on the natural environment, Canada's mining
    sector is particularly vulnerable to the consequences of climate change.
    The impact of climate change on mining is important for all Canadians to
    consider. The Canadian mining industry employs nearly 50,000 people in
    primary mineral extraction alone in more than 115 communities across the
    country and contributes approximately $10 billion a year to the Canadian


    -  Dale Marshall, climate policy analyst, David Suzuki Foundation

    -  Jason Prno, Canadian mining researcher and analyst, Trailhead
       Consulting, co-Author of Climate Change and Canadian Mining:
       Opportunities for Adaptation

    For further information: The full study (Climate Change and Canadian
    Mining: Opportunities for Adaptation), a summary for decision-makers, a
    summary of key findings and news release will be available at 10:00AM EDT
    on August 19 at

For further information:

For further information: Kristen Ostling, Communications Specialist,
Climate Change and Clean Energy,, (778) 987-9907

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