Karen Kovacs Treviņo
Director, Environmental Programs
-----Original Message-----Pardon my asking but as an URBAN environmentalist I'm not as knowledgeable about wildlife habitat as perhaps I should be. So I was wondering if the Wildlife Habitat Council was a truly legitamit environmental organization or some sort of industry shill giving themselves awards for greenwashing. I did a quick web search and everything I found on the first glance was more press releases about some mega corporate giant doing the right thing. BASF, IBM, American Chemical Council etc.
From: RobC313@aol.com [mailto:RobC313@aol.com]
Sent: Friday, October 18, 2002 12:09 AM
To: jlanigan115990MI@comcast.net; firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: Re: E-M:/ Wildlife Habitat Council certifies Fighting Island in lower Detroit...
And could they help BASF finish cleaning up its old paint factory site in Hamtramck?
And again, I am terribly sorry if they are actually a great organization driven by high morel standards. It would be an injustice to infer otherwise. On the other hand??
HEAT- Hamtramck Environmental Action Team
In a message dated 10/17/2002 9:52:07 PM Eastern Daylight Time, jlanigan115990MI@comcast.net writes:
The Wildlife Habitat Council recognized BASF's wildlife management program
on Fighting Island. Fighting Island is the second largest island in the
Detroit River, covering approximately 2.5 square miles.