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Environmental Commissioner of Ontario to release Annual Greenhouse Gas Progress Report

Wednesday, May 26th 2010 11:21:31am

Media Advisory
Attn: Environment, Transportation, Renewable Energy, Political Reporters and Editors

Environmental Commissioner of Ontario to release Annual Greenhouse Gas Progress Report

Ontario’s Environmental Commissioner, Gord Miller, will release his annual Greenhouse Gas Progress Report on Monday, May 31.

Entitled Broadening Ontario’s Climate Change Policy Agenda, the paper will lay out additional strategic policy options for the province to review to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.


WHAT:

Release of the Environmental Commissioner's Annual Greenhouse Gas Progress Report 2010: Broadening Ontario's Climate Change Policy Agenda

WHEN:

Monday, May 31, 2010
10 am

WHERE:

Queen's Park Media Studio


For more information contact:

Hayley Easto, Communications & Outreach Coordinator, 416-325-3371 or hayley.easto@eco.on.ca
Report is available at www.eco.on.ca


Bilingual support will be available for the release.  Please contact Jean-Marc Filion, (705) 476-9665

Aussi disponible en français.


The Environmental Commissioner of Ontario is the province's independent environmental watchdog. Appointed by the Legislative Assembly, the ECO is tasked with monitoring and reporting on compliance with the Environmental Bill of Rights, and the government's success in reducing greenhouse gas emissions and in achieving greater energy conservation in Ontario.