Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Interviews w/ Environment Organizations

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Best of Conscious Discussions series offers highlights from some of the best discussions we've had in the past. Today is our 36th episode in this series – Featuring 2 experts offering advice on: environment

1st guest: For 4 decades now the Canadian Environmental Network has been facilitating networking between environmental organizations & others who share its mandate – “To Protect the Earth & Promote Ecologically Sound Ways of Life”. Working directly with concerned citizens & organizations striving to protect, preserve & restore the environment, the organization endeavors to affect how society thinks about environmental issues. Robert Henri is the Communications Director for this organization , and he joins us to share information about their work.

2nd guest: Laurie Schutt - Executive Director for The Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre in Midland, Ontario – Canada – shares information about the work that the organization has accomplished, its growing pains and what it offers today. We’ll also learn some of their future goals and hear some tips on how to start a similar organization in your area. 
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