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Webinar: Coal ash threats to wildlife

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DanRiverCanoeJoin the Izaak Walton League of America and Yale Center for Environmental Law and Policy for a FREE webinar exploring coal ash threats to wildlife. Did you know that coal ash America’s second largest industrial waste stream, polluting waterways and wildlife habitat across the country?

For decades this toxic waste of coal-produced electricity has been dumped in massive, unlined pits, threatening the natural resources we all depend on. The League, Yale, and other colleague groups are working to protect America’s resources from this threat.

Our speakers, U.S. Forest Service Research Fish Biologist Dennis Lemly, Ph.D., and Appalachian State University Aquatic Biologist Shea Tuberty, Ph.D., will share research on coal ash impacts to fisheries, aquatic habitat and other wildlife throughout the country. Hear from the League’s Energy Program Director Bill Droessler about how you can stay informed and engaged in being a part of this effort to protect our resources.

Register by e-mailing Bill Droessler at bdroessler@iwla.org with your name, phone number, and e-mail address. Please contact Bill if you have any questions about the webinar.

What: Webinar

When: Apr 1 2014, Tue 6:00-7:00pm

Where: http://www.iwla.org/index.php?ht=display/EventDetails/i/80897

Bill Droessler
bdroessler@iwla.org
651-649-1446 ext. 14