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Checks and Balances Project Sues For Access to Commissioner Bob Stump’s Taxpayer-Funded Phone

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Topics: Public Affairs

ExxonMobil's PR Smog Screen

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In a memo released earlier this month, ExxonMobil went into damage control by releasing several statements:

Audio: Why L’Oreal is focused on tackling climate change and achieving a global deal in Paris

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In this short interview with Jonathan Maher, Vice President of Corporate Social Responsibility & Sustainability at L'Oreal USA, we hear a bit about L'Oreal's work on climate change. Why does L'Oreal take a leadership role on climate change? According to Maher:

Top 5 Digital Marketing Strategies for Cleantech B2B

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In the B2B cleantech industry, there are unique marketing challenges like long-tail purchases that can mean miles between a lead and a sell. For wind and solar companies, deciding which marketing methods will lead to return on investment (ROI) can be difficult. It gets even more complicated whe n you add in all the digital marketing options. So, to help you through this process, here are my top 5 digital marketing strategies for cleantech B2B companies (in order of priority):
Topics: Marketing & Communications Inbound Marketing

Two New Stories Highlight Koch Brothers' and Fossil Fuel Industry's Unwillingness to "Stand on Their Own Two Feet"

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In our continuing series on how the fossil fuel need to "stand on their own two feet" and get off the taxpayer-funded corporate welfare dole, two recent articles drove the point home.

Washington Post Story Highlights Checks & Balances Project’s Work to Expose Anti-Clean-Energy, Pro-Polluter Front Group

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A few days ago, the Washington Post highlighted the unanswered questions about the National Black Chamber of Commerce (NBCC), which has been an opponent of climate action and clean energy solutions. However, what looks like a group appears to mostly comprise Harry C. Alford, his wife, Kay, and a few of his family members.

Topics: Public Affairs

Isn’t it Time Fossil Fuels “Stood on Their Own Two Feet?”

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by Mike Casey, Tigercomm President

Topics: Public Affairs