Halton Hills and North Halton newspapers
Information session planned Mar. 2 to discuss climate change
Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 24 Feb 2006, p. 8

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Residents and community groups are invited to attend a public information session about EcoAction Teams on Thursday, March 2 at the Halton Hills Library & Cultural Centre. The goal of the information session, which will run from 7:30-8:30 p.m., is to raise awareness about climate change, including local and regional-based issues. Earth Day Canada is encouraging Ontarians to actively reduce personal greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs), water use and waste. "The launch of locally-based EcoAction Teams in Halton Hills will address Ontario's immediate energy and waste challenges with a simple fivestep process," says Laura Anderson, Program Co-ordinator of the EcoAction Teams. Participants will learn about the benefits of incorporating environmental and social lifestyle changes at home.

Furthermore, individuals will learn about the direct cost savings associated with implementing various activities. During the evening, the public will have the opportunity to engage in insightful discussion about issues that pertain directly to their individual households and their community. For more information about the event please contact the EcoAction Teams Program Co-ordinator at: 1-888-28-EARTH ext. 106 or info@ecoactionteams.ca.

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Information session planned Mar. 2 to discuss climate change