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[cg] conference on environmental justice & sustainable communities


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>Date: Wed, 28 Apr 1999 09:01:42 -0700
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>From: Deborah Young <djyoung@Ag.Arizona.Edu>
>Subject: conference on environmental justice & sustainable communities
>Sender: owner-ced@Ag.Arizona.Edu
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> 
> >PRESS RELEASE
>>
>>ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE:
>>Strengthening the Bridge Between Economic Development and Sustainable
>>Communities
>>
>> * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
>>
>>
>> CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA - Mark your calendars to attend
>>"  STRENGTHENING THE BRIDGE BETWEEN ECONOMIC
>> " June 9-12 in Hilton Head,
>> South Carolina.
>>
>>The purpose of this conference is to focus on the dialogue that must
>> continue between and among stakeholders to ensure equitable  and
>> effective national environmental policy. Participants include federal,
>> state, tribal, elected, and appointed officials; industry, health risk
>>assessment, international, public administration, legal and community
>>  Forward-thinking, comprehensive, and balanced
>> environmental policy depends on dialogues that focus on the protection
>> and promotion of human health, the environment, environmental equity,
>> and economic development.
>>
>> Invited speakers include:
>>
>>The Honorable Al Gore, Vice President, United States
>>The Honorable James Clyburn, Representative, US Congress, Sixth
>>District, SC
>>The Honorable Carol Browner, Administrator, US Environmental
>>Protection Agency
>>The Honorable James Hodges, Governor, State of South Carolina
>>The Honorable Dennis Archer, Mayor, Detroit, Michigan
>>The Honorable Bill Richardson, Secretary, US Department of Energy
>>The Honorable Rodney Slater, Secretary, US Department of
>>Transportation
>>
>>Be a part of this important event! For more information or to receive
>>a brochure and registration form, please email Charlene Marsh
>>>  Conference
>>information, agenda, and registration forms can also be found on our
>> <http://www.ebp.musc.edu>.
>>
>>This conference is sponsored by the Medical University of South
>>Carolina's Environmental Biosciences Program, partially funded
>>  to an assistance grant from the US Environmental Protection
>>Agency.
>>
>>  Ragan DuBose Lusk
>>Medical University of South Carolina
>>Environmental Biosciences Program
>>MSC 1400, Port City Center
>>Charleston, SC 29403
>>  (843) 727-6453
>>  (843) 727-6464
>>  luskr@musc.edu
>>Web: www.ebp.musc.edu
> > 
> Deborah J. Young, Ph.D. Associate Director, Programs Cooperative Extension
>University of Arizona   85721 phone 520-621-5308  



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