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Devine + Partners has been hired by the National Wildlife Federation to raise awareness of a new network of environmental education centers.
Many companies in today's energy and environment sector remain vulnerable to crisis situations, and lack a skilled implementation team and an instantly deployable plan.
Though it’s taken a long time for sustainability efforts to go mainstream, a sizable cultural shift has occurred.
The AP has adopted new guidelines that instruct its reporters to stop calling those who reject the reality of global warming 'deniers' or skeptics.' They now are people 'who reject mainstream climate science.'
Former House Speaker-designate Bob Livingston is lobbying for the Environmental Defense Fund in regard to its participation in the "Changing Course" project to develop a more sustainable Lower Mississippi River Delta region.
Henk Campher, managing director of sustainability for Edelman, has moved to Allison + Partners in San Francisco as executive VP for its CSR, sustainability and corporate citizenship unit, Social Impact.
Environmental group exhileration over President Obama's veto over the Keystone XL Pipeline is premature. Keystone is going to happen.
For years, politicians and members of the science community have been at odds on the divisive issue of climate change.
Prosio Communications has won a competitive pitch for the seven-figure PR account of the Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District, the pollution control and air quality entity covering the Golden State's Sacramento County.
A Washington-based council of state and regional environmental agencies is on the hunt for strategic communications counsel for a federally backed initiative to reform how governments deliver environmental protection and data.
Will America get the best Congress that money can buy? Of course. Americans of the non-plutocratic class have very little impact on the bankrolling of the races.
The US Forest Service has scrambled to allay journalist and First Amendment advocate concerns over a proposed directive that would require a permit for commercial photography and filming in wilderness areas.
Brunswick Group is supporting the $300B State Grid Corporation of China's presence at the UN Climate Summit this week in New York as the world's largest state-owned power company seeks to position itself as a leader against climate change.