Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

March 19-21, 2002
Freshwater Spills Symposium, Cleveland, Ohio
Exchange of information on the unique problems of freshwater oil spills hosted by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Contact: Beatriz Oliveira. E-mail: oilinfo@epa.gov. www.freshwaterspills.net/fss2002

April 8-9, 2002
Partnering for Sustainability Conference, Toronto, Ontario

An interactive educational forum that demonstrates how Canadian government, industry, and non-governmental organizations can find new and innovative ways to work together to promote sustainability. Contact: Anthony Watanabe. PH: (416)-944-9200 (ext 254). E-mail: wantabe@strategyinstitute.com

April 26, 2002
Great Lakes Symposium, Belleville, Ontario

Earth Week Great Lakes Symposium. Speakers include Dr. Gail Krantzberg, International Joint Commission on the “State of the Lakes”/ Mike Gilbertson on Human Health/ John Jackson, Great Lakes United on Water Quantity, more. Contact: Christine Durant. PH: (613)-394-3915 (ext 13). E-mail: communications@bqrap.ca

May 5-8, 2002
The Great Lakes Commission is holding its 2002 Semi-annual Meeting from May 5-8, 2002 in Quebec City. The theme is “Our Lakes, Our Rivers, Our Future: Ensuring Environmental and Economic Prosperity.” For more information: Great Lakes Commission, www.glc.org, Phone: (734)-665-9135; E-mail: glc@great-lakes.net.

June 2-7, 2002
The 23rd Annual Conference Society of Wetland Scientists will be holding this year’s meeting in Lake Placid, New York, with the theme “Wetland Linkages: A Watershed Approach”. Symposia include isolated wetlands, invasive species, and wetland mitigation and restoration. For more info, visit the website: www.sws.org/lakeplacid/

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