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10th annual Smog Summit to be held in Toronto

Thursday, May 28th 2009 1:36:12pm

Media Advisory
Attn: Environment/Community/Local News Editors and Reporters

10th annual Smog Summit to be held in Toronto

The 10th annual Smog Summit is returning to Toronto on June 3rd, courtesy of the Clean Air Partnership (CAP) and the GTA Clean Air Council (GTA-CAC).  The summit is an opportunity for the GTA-CAC to highlight it's progress on clean air and climate change actions, and to raise awareness of the negative impact air pollution has on both human health and the environment.

This year's Smog Summit will include a keynote presentation from Storm Cunningham, CEO of Resolution Fund LLC and author of ReWealth - Stake Your Claim to the $2 Trillion Development Trend that's Renewing the World.  A Best Practices Exchange is also on the agenda.


10th Annual Smog Summit


Wednesday, June 3 2009, 9:00 am to 4:00 pm


Toronto City Hall, Council Chambers, 100 Queen Street West, Toronto ON

For further details, or to register, please visit:

To schedule media interviews, please contact:

Gabrielle Kalapos, Clean Air Partnership at 416-948-7125 or gkalapos@cleanairpartnership.org

Tina Siegel, Environmental Communication Options at 416.972.7401 or tsiegel@ecostrategy.ca

The Clean Air Partnership (CAP) is a registered charity launched in June, 2000. CAP's mission is to work with partners to achieve clean air, facilitate the exchange of ideas, advance change and promote and coordinate implementation of actions that improve local air quality.

The Greater Toronto Area Clean Air Council  (GTA-CAC) promotes the reduction of air pollution emissions and increased awareness of regional air quality issues in the Greater Toronto Area through the collective efforts of all levels of government. The Council identifies and promotes the most effective initiatives to reduce the occurrence of smog and other forms of air pollution in the GTA, and their associated health risks.