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A Peek Into Our Video Studio

Video content rules, generating much higher levels of engagement than static content. Our clients know this, which is why Green Fin’s video studio has been especially busy lately. This month alone we’ve produced 13 videos with clients – that might be a new record! We always start video planning with a discussion of goals and desired outcomes: how do […]

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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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Celebrating Black History Month

February is Black History Month and we would be remiss to let that pass without celebrating the many important accomplishments of Black Americans in science. Despite their discoveries and  inventions, Black scientists have often been overlooked and not given proper recognition for their contributions to the STEM fields and beyond. We’ve highlighted some of the […]

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Trends for 2022

We are always on the lookout for emerging trends in communications, outreach, and engagement. 2021 continued to throw some curveballs our way and COVID-19 impacts will certainly be felt well into 2022 and beyond. Though the last couple of years have been anything but predictable, here are a few new trends that we expect to […]

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A Green Gift Guide

Below are some products to help you and yours be a little bit more eco-friendly in the new year. But don’t forget that giving can take many forms, and gifts do not have to come in the form of material goods. If you’re short on time to get an item, or just want to go […]

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It’s Time to Reflect – And Celebrate Your Wins!

Have you noticed a recent slew of 50th anniversary celebrations within the environmental world? In the early seventies, public outcry following environmental crises, including the burning of the Cuyahoga River, an oil spill off of Santa Barbara, wildlife losses from pesticides, and more led to broad (and yes, even bipartisan) collaboration on the establishment of […]

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