One of the joys of the holiday season is the opportunity to say
thank you. At this year's Winter Solstice, Dianne, Paula,
Meredith, Elaine, Elena, Torgunn and the office dogs wish you every
blessing: peace, joy, prosperity, community. And, of course, clean
air, clean water, butterflies and birds.
We never take the privilege of working with (and sometimes
against) our colleagues for granted. We are grateful for your
confidence and continue to work hard to earn your trust. We hope we
have done everything we can to ease this year's difficulties,
and to find innovative solutions for the challenging problems that
some of you entrust to us. If we can do better, please let us know.
And especial thanks to those generous folks who have given us such
glowing testimonials on LinkedIn.
We have (again) made donations in honour of our clients. Our
major support continues to go to the exciting project, Evergreen at
the Brickworks. It is becoming everything we hoped for it, and a
model for green cities: http://ebw.evergreen.ca. We planted dozens of
trees. And in the hope of building peace and a smaller
carbon footprint, we purchased carbon offsets for key clients
through an innovative Israeli program to help Bedouin switch from
diesel to solar power: www.goodenergy.org.il.
We try to keep in touch regularly, partly through our blog here
http://envirolaw.com. If you don't yet receive the weekly
headlines, let Elaine know at admin (@) envirolaw.com. Even better,
you should follow us on Twitter, click here.
Please accept every best wish from each of us, and may you be
the best you can be in 2014.
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