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FROM VOLUME 11, NUMBER 9, SEPTEMBER 1998

CEI CONFERENCE IN NOVEMBER


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Climate Change and New York State: Gaining the Competitive Edge, a conference sponsored by the Center for Environmental Information and cosponsored by 40 other institutions, will be held Nov. 19-20, 1998, at the Omni Hotel in Albany, N.Y. The conference is designed to create awareness of the environmental and economic impacts of climate change on New York State, to assess options for mitigation and adaptation to a changing climate, to describe existing and emerging strategies for addressing climate change, and to establish an ongoing intrastate mechanism for communicating about climate change. To receive a copy of the program brochure or to register for the conference, contact the Center for Environmental Information, 55 St. Paul St., Rochester, NY 14604-1314; tel: 716-262-2870; fax: 716-262-4156; e-mail: cei@servtech.com. For more information, see http://www.rochesterenvironment.org.

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