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Grayling Walks Great Pacific Garbage Patch Beat

Tue, Sep. 11, 2018

By Kevin McCauley

garbageGrayling is handling PR for the audacious scheme of a Dutch nonprofit to clean up half of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, the nearly 1.8T pieces of debris including 90K tons of plastics, floating in the Pacific Ocean between Hawaii and California.

EPA Press Shop Under Pruitt Hit as 'Fake News' Factory

Fri, Jul. 27, 2018

By Kevin McCauley

Scott PruittThe Environmental Protection Agency ran a "fake news factory" under former administrator Scott Pruitt, according to the Public Employees for Environmental Protection watchdog group. (1 reader comment)

Moyer Joins NYU Law’s 'Green' Team

Wed, Oct. 4, 2017

By Kevin McCauley

Chris MoyerChris Moyer, who served as deputy communications director for California Attorney General Xavier Becerra, has joined NYU Law’s State Energy & Environmental Impact Center.

Tech Innovation Presents New PR Challenges

Fri, Feb. 5, 2016

By Brandon Andersen

Brandon AndersenInnovations and public support for green tech have reached new highs, but those who position themselves with the right communication strategies will find the most potential amidst this change.

A Pipeline to Communications Success

Wed, Feb. 3, 2016

By Topper Ray

Topper RayA fundamental shift in the communications landscape regarding energy and petrochemical firms, and how they deal with the public, demands new communications approaches.

Blog: AP Puts Heat on Global Warming Deniers

Wed, Sep. 23, 2015

By Kevin McCauley

APThe 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.'

Livingston Floats EDF's Lobbying Push

Mon, Sep. 21, 2015

By Kevin McCauley

Environmental Defense FundFormer 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.

Allison Taps Edelman's Campher for Social Impact Post

Wed, Jul. 22, 2015

By Greg Hazley

henk campherHenk 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.

Blog: Pope Francis Revs Up Global Warming PR Push

Mon, Jun. 15, 2015

By Kevin McCauley

pope francisThe PR muscle of Pope Francis will be on full display this week with the June 18 release of his first major encyclical or teaching letter dealing with the environment and global poor.

Clean Harbors Targets Capitol Hill

Thu, Jun. 4, 2015

By Kevin McCauley

clean harborsClean Harbors Environmental Services has hired Capitol Hill Consulting Group for DC lobbying as it helps deal with one of the worst outbreak of bird flu in US history.

AP Environmental Beat Alum Joins Edelman

Wed, Mar. 25, 2015

By Kevin McCauley

Dina Cappiello, who was national environmental beat reporter for the Associated Press, has joined Edelman's Washington office.

Sorrell Vs. Gore

Thu, Mar. 19, 2015

By Kevin McCauley

sorrell, goreWPP chief Martin Sorrell and former Vice President Al Gore will be featured in the Cannes Debate on June 26 at the creativity festive.

Prosio Smokes Sacramento Air Quality PR Review

Tue, Feb. 3, 2015

By Greg Hazley

aqmdProsio 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.

H+K Works to Cut Environmental Footprint

Fri, Jan. 30, 2015

By Robert Ludke

robert ludkeHill+Knowlton Strategies moves to reduce environmental footprint and studies how to communicate that information to its key audiences.

Fed-State Environmental Revamp Seeks Comms Counsel

Wed, Jan. 21, 2015

By Greg Hazley

ecosA 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.