Pioneers In Environmental Journalism
Earth News showcased it’s first environmental success stories 20 years ago. Since then, it has produced hundreds of articles, from the Rocky Mountain News to the Jakarta Post. The founders also have published 11 related books–and hopefully a difference. It has profiled the efforts of environmental pioneers such as David Brower, Al Gore, Robert Redford, Anita Roddick, and scores of unsung environmental heroes from around the world.
Earth Tones launched the environmental news service on Earth Day in 1991. It profiles environmental success stories from around the world.
The syndicated column has been published around the globe. The company and its founders have written and published eleven books for New York publishers on related topics, including:
- Environmental Heroes (Pruett Publishing, 1995)
- Contemporary Environmentalists (Facts on File, 1996)
- Environmental Causes (Henry Holt & Company, 1997)
- Alternative Energy Sources (Henry Holt & Company, 1997)
- Recycling (Henry Holt & Company, 1997)
- Kids Who Make a Difference (Henry Holt & Company, 1997)
- Protecting Our Air, Land and Water (Henry Holt & Company, 1997)
- Guardians of Wildlife (Henry Holt & Company, 1997)
- Natural Foods and Products (Henry Holt & Company, 1997)
“We are looking forward to the next 20 years,” said Gary Chandler, company president. “The landscape is changing rapidly–in good ways and bad. There’s no shortage of important environmental topics to cover.”
For more information about Earth Tones, Inc. and Earth News, please visit http://www.earthnewsmedia.com/climate-change/
Earth Tones is a subsidiary of Crossbow Communications, a full-service advertising agency and public relations firm in Denver, Colorado and Phoenix, Arizona. The firm specializes in issue management and public affairs. Crossbow has helped influence public opinion and public policy around the world. It has won state and national awards, while setting state and national records for our clients. Government relations. Media relations. Stakeholder relations. Build your bottom line and a better world with Crossbow.
Endangered Species, Wildlife Under Siege
The war on wildlife has been a lopsided battle. To help turn the tables, Crossbow Communications is going to work for mother nature.
Crossbow is an award-winning and record-setting public affairs and public relations consulting firm with offices in Denver, New York and Phoenix. The company’s president, Gary Chandler, is a veteran advertising, public relations and public affairs consultant with more than 30 years of experience. He also is an environmental journalist and author. He is passionate about helping our ailing planet while there are still some species to save.
“I can’t believe what is happening to animals around the world, especially endangered species like the rhino, tiger, elephant and orangutan,” Chandler said. “Greed a, fear and outright evil are driving an unbelievable amount of carnage. Habitat destruction for pulp/paper and agriculture is putting even more pressure on these important animals.”
Chandler is a Colorado native and a world explorer who authored the Language and Travel Guide to Indonesia, (2009, Hippocrene Books, New York, NY). Chandler devoted much of the book to wildlife and environmental issues. He is donating all profits to wildlife conservation organizations in Indonesia.
Chandler also founded Earth News, a pioneer in the world of environmental journalism and publishing. He is the author of another eight books about environmental success stories, including Guardians of Wildlife (1995, Henry Holt, New York, NY).
As such, Chandler is devoting his consulting practice entirely to wildlife and sustainability causes. He’s even launching two related projects of his own.
“I feel like I’m starting a second career,” Chandler said. “Except, now we will be very selective about the clients that we tackle and we plan to increase the amount of pro bono work that we handle every year. That’s alright, these causes are rewarding in and of themselves. I’m here to put money in their pocket and some leverage in their sail.”
Chandler says that his company is eager to help organizations around the world that advocate for wildlife and sustainability causes. He also hopes to forge alliances with other organizations promoting sustainable cities and reforestation.
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