• 22nd Jun 2012 | Posted by Eco Wolfe
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    Eco-Wolfe is Cohn & Wolfe’s window into the world of sustainability, providing breaking eco-news stories, showcasing green brand initiatives and sharing tips for how we can all lead a more eco-friendly life. At Cohn & Wolfe, sustainability communications is not only an area of expertise, it is our passion. Eco-Wolfe aims to bring light to sustainability issues, recognize the companies and media that help drive sustainability and make our world, and yours, a little “greener” in the process.

  • 25th May 2012 | Posted by Eco Wolfe
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    Eco-Wolfe is Cohn & Wolfe’s window into the world of sustainability, providing breaking eco-news stories, showcasing green brand initiatives and sharing tips for how we can all lead a more eco-friendly life. At Cohn & Wolfe, sustainability communications is not only an area of expertise, it is our passion. Eco-Wolfe aims to bring light to sustainability issues, recognize the companies and media that help drive sustainability and make our world, and yours, a little “greener” in the process.

  • 30th Jun 2010 | Posted by Eric Litchfield
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    Much of the conversation in the communications industry around BP and the disaster in the Gulf has been fixed on the PR missteps the company, and its CEO, has made to make a tragic situation even worse. And while the list is long, and the response one that will be studied for decades to come, I’m sure everyone in the business would much prefer discussing a solution to the crisis. So with that in mind, I bring to you entrepreneurial mycologist, Paul Stamets.

  • 9th Oct 2009 | Posted by Eric Litchfield
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    Despite all the attention being paid to economic concerns, healthcare reform, diplomatic stand-offs and everything else going on in the world, the environmental movement and efforts to combat climate change remain a priority with governments and people around the world. And sustainability remains a driving force in business, too, as many consumers remain devoted to green products and brands that commit to sustainable business practices. 

  • 4th Jun 2009 | Posted by Eric Litchfield
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    I’ve been in Monterey, California this week at the Sustainable Brands ’09 conference, a fascinating and inspiring event that showcases the many people and companies pointing the way towards a greener, more sustainable, way of life for humanity.

  • 26th Feb 2009 | Posted by Geoff Beattie
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    Reducing greenhouse gases and tackling global warming is a massive problem for society at large, and there a will be a big societal price tag for fixing it. Achieving that in a severe recession must be one of the thorniest issues on the government agenda for the rest of this decade and beyond.

  • 27th Jan 2009 | Posted by Geoff Beattie
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    President Obama’s announcement yesterday is the clearest indication yet that climate change will have more influence than ever before on national and international public policy in 2009. There was speculation, much of it around the European Summit in December, that tackling global warming would have to take a back seat to pulling the world out of a deep recession. Instead, Obama has presented the issue and the need for a ‘new energy economy’ as a massive opportunity for the United States, rather than a cost.