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NTC MEDIA ADVISORY U.S. EPA ADMINISTRATOR BROWNER TO ADDRESS THE FORUM CLUB OF THE PALM BEACHES ON CLINTON ADMINISTRATION EFFORTS TO PROTECT PUBLIC HEALTH AND THE ENVIRONMENT -Speech to Discuss Global Warming, Florida Everglades and Progress in Protecting Florida’s Water Resources

Release Date: 10/27/97
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FOR RELEASE: MONDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1997
U.S. EPA ADMINISTRATOR BROWNER TO ADDRESS THE FORUM CLUB OF THE PALM BEACHES ON CLINTON ADMINISTRATION EFFORTS TO PROTECT PUBLIC HEALTH AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Speech to Discuss Global Warming, Florida Everglades and
Progress in Protecting Florida’s Water Resources
MEDIA ADVISORY

U.S. EPA Administrator Carol M. Browner will address the Forum Club of the Palm Beaches in West Palm Beach, Fla., on Tuesday, Oct. 28, 1997 at 12:00 p.m. Browner will mark the 25th anniversary of the Clean Water Act -- one of the nation’s most successful pieces of environmental legislation -- and the progress made in protecting Florida’s vital water resources. Browner will also discuss the President’s recent announcement of the United States’ position on protecting public health and the environment by curbing global warming, and other environmental issues of importance to South Florida, including Clinton Administration efforts to protect the Florida Everglades.

WHO: U.S. EPA Administrator Carol M. Browner

WHAT: Speech on Clinton Administration Efforts to Protect Public Health and
the Environment

WHERE: The Forum Club of the Palm Beaches
Helen Wilkes Hotel
210 N. Flager Drive
West Palm Beach, Fla.

WHEN: Tues., Oct. 28, 1997
12 p.m.


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