SOURCE: WWF-Canada

WWF-Canada

June 29, 2015 19:27 ET

MEDIA ADVISORY: WWF-Canada Invites Members of the Media to a Virtual Technical Briefing of the New Web Product, WATERSHEDREPORTS.WWF.CA

TORONTO, ON--(Marketwired - June 29, 2015) - WWF-Canada is assessing the health of and threats to all of our country's watersheds. We have reached the 50 per cent mark and on July 7 we will launch a new website, WATERSHEDREPORTS.WWF.CA

We are inviting members of the media to join us at 12 p.m. EST (noon) on July 7 to join in on a discussion of these research findings and to explore our new web tool. Sign up here using your Google+ account.

Highlights of the technical briefing include:

  • Learning how to find your watershed and determine what the main threats to its health are using our new web tools
  • Learn about the health of 12 watersheds, including the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence watersheds
  • Learn what role bugs have to play in determining the health of any river
  • Gain a deeper understanding of habitat fragmentation and how it is affecting fish

Members of the media are invited to join the virtual press briefing to ask technical questions of James Snider, VP Freshwater, and David Miller, WWF-Canada's President and CEO, via Google Hangouts on Air. You must have a Gmail account with Google+ enabled.

We can accommodate five members of the media via video and many more remote participants, who will be able to listen and type in questions. Please RSVP here and we will send a video link on the day of the briefing for those who request it.

A briefing document will be made available to those who RSVP.

Later that day, a public Google hangout featuring WWF-Canada President and CEO, David Miller, VP Freshwater James Snider and TVO's The Water Brothers will take place at 3 p.m. EST on July 7.

Exclusive interviews with James Snider or David Miller are available on request.

Contact Information

  • For more information please contact:
    Tammy Thorne
    Senior Manager Strategic Communications
    WWF-Canada
    Cell: 416-347-1894
    tthorne@wwfcanada.org