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Four Years After Greenpeace Sting: PR Firm Dumps Oil Lobbyists

Blog by Connor Gibson | February 20, 2015

Perhaps you heard the good news – the world’s largest public relations firm, Edelman, just spun off an advertising subsidiary so that it could show a commitment to not aiding the denial of climate change science. The Guardian explains how API’s...

Bad PR 101: Public Relations Exec Tries to Coax Clients with Fear

Blog by Connor Gibson | December 5, 2014

Crossposted from PolluterWatch: PR Flack Randal Simonetti Sells Conflict to Corporations In the public relations world, there exists a subset known as crisis communications, or crisis management. This is the type of service a company like Takata...

Coal industry flails around for a new PR strategy

Blog by Joe Smyth | July 3, 2013

Last week I looked at the coal industry’s failed PR efforts, which even Luke Popovich, the head of the National Mining Association, admits has not worked: “Anyway, ‘war on coal’ never resonated with much conviction among ordinary Americans. For...

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