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The Making of a Webby-nominated StoryMap: Indigenous Life on the Nansemond River

If you follow us on social media, you know we are one of five who have been nominated for a Webby People’s Voice Award in Sustainability and Environment! The Webby Awards were established in 1996 by the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences (IADAS) to celebrate excellence on the Internet. Our team worked with […]

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What Are Your Goals?

As Lewis Carroll’s Cheshire Cat quipped, “if you don’t know where you’re going, any road will get you there.” Cooper, a member of the Green Fin Studio family, often repeats this line too – when he isn’t napping on the job. Corporate America has long embraced strategic planning for organizational development, communication and marketing goals, […]

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Why You Need a Great Success Story to Engage

Storytelling connects people to science. The recent Planet Forward Summit held at The George Washington University brought together experts and more than 250 students from 40 colleges and universities from around the world to to learn, share, network, and commit to telling success stories with impact that can move the planet forward. For example, Tom [...]
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Why TED Talks are the Key to Science Communication

Hey Scientists, Be More Like TED The collective phenomena of TED (Technology, Entertainment and Design) talks have changed public awareness, discourse and action around many large issues. They successfully connect complex issues to non-technical audiences, an ideal in science communication. Hans Rosling’s presentations brought to life big data around human population, health and income, while […]

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How We Can Help You Build Capacity

Are you wearing too many hats? We hear time and time again that the staff at environmental organizations wear dozens of hats and face seemingly never-ending to-do lists under limited capacity. From staffing and budgeting limitations to the urgency of achieving missions, we know that environmental organizations are under increasing pressure to do more with less. […]

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Stretching the Idea of Collaboration

Stop me if you’ve heard this one. A poultry grower, a crop farmer, an environmental advocate and a government official walk into a bar….actually, you probably haven’t heard this one because it never happens. Except it did happen this past August when we helped organize a strategic planning retreat for the diverse stakeholder group, Delmarva Land […]

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