Submitted by: AT&T Inc.
Categories: Philanthropy & Corporate Contributions
Posted: Jan 29, 2001 – 11:00 PM EST
Jan. 29 /CSRwire/ - The Institute for Conservation Leadership ("Institute") will present its Excellence in Environmental Leadership workshop series for 2001. The workshop series is supported by a contribution from AT&T.
"AT&T’s support means that grassroots environmental and conservation groups will grow stronger, have a greater impact in their communities, and involve more people in protecting the earth," said Dianne Russell, Executive Director of the Institute. "The Institute is very grateful to AT&T for its continued commitment, leadership, and vision in making this program possible."
The workshop series will be delivered in seven cities: Atlanta, Boston, Bozeman, Mont., Chicago, Denver, Kalispell, Mont., and Philadelphia. For information on workshop dates, registration and general information, please call the Institute for Conservation Leadership at 301-270-2900 or visit the Institute’s web site at www.icl.org.
To learn more about AT&T’s commitment to the environment and to view the AT&T Environment, Health and Safety report, visit the AT&T Environment, Health and Safety web site at www.att.com/ehs/.
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