The Low-Income Energy Network (LIEN) is a network of community organizations that was formed to raise awareness of implications for low-income households of increases in energy prices and to propose solutions. LIEN aims to ensure universal access to adequate energy as a basic necessity, while minimizing the impacts on health and on the local and global environment of meeting the essential energy and conservation needs of all Ontarians. LIEN promotes programs and policies which tackle the problems of energy poverty and homelessness, reduce Ontario's contribution to smog and climate change, and promote a healthy economy through the more efficient use of energy, a transition to renewable sources of energy, education and consumer protection. LIEN currently has over 60 member organizations and a steering committee made up of representatives from:* Advocacy Centre for Tenants Ontario (ACTO)* Canadian Environmental Law Association (CELA)* Income Security Advocacy Centre (ISAC)* Share the Warmth (STW)* Toronto Disaster Relief Committee (TDRC) * Toronto Environmental Alliance (TEA)Please register by Friday, June 15, 2007. Click on this link for the Registration Form. There is no registration fee for this conference and lunch will be provided, but we ask that you register as soon as possible so that we can order the food. We regret that LIEN cannot provide travel subsidies. For more information, contact:Zee BhanjiCoordinatorLow-Income Energy Network (LIEN)c/o Advocacy Centre for Tenants Ontario (ACTO)425 Adelaide St. West, 5th floorToronto, ON
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