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Friends of the Earth launches David Brooks' new book

Wednesday, September 23rd 2009 2:19:51pm

Media Advisory
Attention: Environmental, News, Community Editors and Reporters

Friends of the Earth launches David Brooks' new book

'Making the Most of the Water We Have' to be released September 25


Friends of the Earth will release Making the Most of the Water We Have: The Soft Path Approach to Water Management later this week.  The book is co-edited by David Brooks, a geologist, economist and author who has previously written about conservation and water management.  

Brooks' published works include: Zero Energy Growth for Canada (McClelland & Stewart, 1981), Watershed: The Role of Fresh Water in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (IDRC Books, 1994 - co-author) and Water: Local-Level Management (IDRC Books, 2002).


WHAT:

Book launch and reception for Making the Most of the Water We Have: The Soft Path Approach to Water Management

WHEN:

Friday, September 25, 2009
5:00 pm to 6:00 pm

WHERE:

Centre for Social Innovation - Ground Floor Board Room
215 Spadina Avenue, Toronto


For more information, please contact:


Beatrice Olivastri, CEO, Friends of the Earth 613-724-8690 (cellular)
Tina Siegel, ECO, 416-972-7401 or tsiegel(at)ecostrategy.ca


Friends of the Earth Canada
is a voice for the environment, working nationally and internationally to inspire the renewal of communities and the earth through research, education and advocacy.  It is the Canadian member of the 69 country strong Friends of the Earth International (www.foecanada.org).