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Beyond Earth Day

The first Earth Day in 1970 is typically heralded as the beginning of the modern environmental movement. Senator Gaylord Nelson pulled together a bipartisan coalition to bring attention to the state of our environment. They recruited a young activist, Denis Hayes, and focused on college campuses to harness the passion and energy of young adults […]

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Preaching Beyond the Choir

Is one of your organization’s goals to engage new and diverse audiences? If so, you’re not alone. Many environmental organizations are looking for ways to expand their tent to connect with people outside of their traditional audiences.  In teasing out an approach to accomplish this goal, one of the first threads we pull on is […]

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Capturing Your Story

At Green Fin Studio, we speak your language. We were founded by scientists and we are savvy communicators. This combination sets Green Fin Studio apart when science, conservation, and sustainability organizations – like yours – need help telling their stories. Because of our combination of skills, our clients trust us with everything from communicating big, […]

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A Decade of Engagement

As we’ve mentioned in past editions of this newsletter, 2020 marks our tenth year in business. Over the last decade we’ve had the good fortune to work on a multitude of fascinating projects with amazing clients and partners. One project that is most memorable for us and speaks to the power of engaging with local […]

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3 Tips to Be More Engaging

You can't change behaviors without a successful engagement strategy. It's absolutely essential to progress. Engaging audiences is the first step towards building trust, having them understand what you are talking about, and ultimately, having them take action. Here are three tips on how to better connect with your audiences. We've summarized these from a recent [...]
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Speaking with the Enemy

Problem solving is almost always made stronger by including multiple perspectives. The same is true of environmental problems. Bringing diverse stakeholders together for genuine discussion instead of a non-productive finger pointing session takes patience, skills, and a collective appreciation for finding common ground. This idea has been tried and tested throughout history. For example, historian Doris […]

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