Media advisory - How to set a more sustainable course for the country: National roadmap to be released by Canada's leading environmental groups

    Recommendations addressing Canadians' No. 1 concern

    OTTAWA, March 6 /CNW Telbec/ - Executive Directors and CEOs of the
country's largest environmental organizations, including the Canadian Parks
and Wilderness Society (CPAWS), Greenpeace, Ecojustice, the David Suzuki
Foundation, Nature Canada, Pollution Probe, the Pembina Institute, WWF-Canada,
Environmental Defence, Equiterre and Sierra Club of Canada, will be briefing
media representatives on March 7, at 10:00 AM, at the Charles-Lynch Room of
the National Press Gallery.
    The briefing will focus on the groups' groundbreaking report, Tomorrow
Today: How Canada can make a world of difference that they will be releasing
to parliamentarians the same day. The report is a practical, forward-looking
roadmap that sets out principles to ensure that Canada's future economic
competitiveness is built upon a healthy environment.
    A photo-op, to be held on the steps of the parliament hill, will take
place at 9:30 AM prior to the press conference.

    DATE:     March 07, 2008
    TIME:     10 AM
    PLACE:    Charles-Lynch Room of the National Press Gallery, Room 130-S in
              Center Block of Parliament, Ottawa

    All NGO representatives will be available for individual interviews
following the press conference.

For further information:

For further information: and interviews: Julie Seidel, Edelman Public
Relations, (514) 941-2774

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