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Green Earth PR Network unites the extraordinary communication expertise of consultants respected for both knowledge and connections in the green community. I started this group to expand the intellectual capacity and creativity offerings available to each of our clients.
My communications experience includes regional nonprofits, Capitol Hill, state government and green product manufacturers. Past and current projects/clients include: Milliken & Company, Forbo, Earth Share of Georgia, and U.S. Green Building Council. With a vocabulary that ranges from Alternative Energy to Zero Waste, organizations rely on my capability for writing clarity, communication strategy development and project management. Whether your audience is a nation or a neighborhood, we work to identify and achieve your communication goals. Focusing on details generates effective public relations strategies aligned with larger organization goals: What do you want to accomplish? How does your story differ from the competition? What are the top information channels for your audience? What resources are available and are you applying them to your best advantage? What are the perceptions?
A master’s degree in environmental city planning combines with journalism training and more than 20 years in media, government, nonprofit and business settings. I founded Atlanta Green Communicators on LinkedIn to fill a gap in professional resources.
Energy Efficiency, DIY, Going Green?!
The Other Side...A Preppers Path!
on American Preppers Radio!
Sundays 9:00pm/Est 8:00pm/Ct 7:00pm/Mt 6:00pm/Pt
Live Listen and Chat go to: http://prepperbroadcasting.com/listen-chat/
Energy efficiency, DIY and Going Green all buzz words we hear today through nearly every type of media. Each one a topic unto itself with pros and cons to each, but what do they have to do with being prepared, or becoming prepared? Why would a prepper be concerned with making a home more energy efficient, if the grid is going down? Do It Yourself, I am busy prepping my pantry why DIY that means more work and going green, that costs money and I am using every spare dime I have in getting prepared, Go Green, I can’t. These are questions and comments I’ve not only heard but often asked myself. Time, time,time there never seems to be enough of it and now you want me to add more to do’s to the mounting list? Why?
Tonight on the Other Side of a Preppers the phone lines are open and we are going to discuss just these topics and will hopefully shed some light, efficiently I might add on why being energy efficient, becoming a DIY’er and going green will benefit the prepper and why it all makes sense for the future. See you there, join me and let’s brainstorm.
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Welcome to DIY Wedding, where we will discuss and share helpful wedding planning tips and wedding resources for brides and couples that want to plan their own wedding. We will also share creative DIY wedding projects that are fun and easy to make for your wedding day.
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Please note that our show has been moved from 6:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. EST. We hope that you will join us every Thursday at 1:00 p.m. EST, listen in and ask your wedding planning questions.
Joining us today is Alison Thomas, president of Keep My Planet Green, offering small businesses and consumers an easy way and affordable way to support renewable energy and sustainable practices. The company is part of Sterling Planet, the nation’s leading supplier of renewable energy and low carbon solutions and EPA’s Green Power Leadership Award winner for the past two years. Alison joined Keep My Planet Green after 18 years with Southern Progress / Time, Inc. As national director of sales and marketing, she ran the Coastal Living Homes program and became involved in the promotion of green building products and practices working with well-known consumer brands across the country. Her career also was immersed in the travel and tourism industry, which prompted the formation of the development of the Certified Green Lodging Destination program for Keep My Planet Green.
Amy Linde is a thirty-year veteran of marketing and business development working for Fortune 500 brands. She began focusing on the renewable energy field in 2009, primarily sales and installation of commercial scale solar energy systems, and recently partnered with Keep My Planet Green to develop school fundraising programs.
Alison and Amy have joined us today to announce the launch an exciting new campaign in partnership with Southeast Green. We’re kicking off a challenge for our listening audience to offset their car’s emissions, and our goal is 500 cars. We’re calling it the GASCAR 500 Clean Air Challenge. But first let’s find out a little more about Keep My Planet Green and what offsets are.
Thinking about adding a DIY fire feature to your backyard, but low on budget? We got this covered with help from Ahmed Hassan.
From easy low-budget DIY fire pits to mega-amazing fire features, we're talking with DIY Network's original 'Yard Crashers' host Ahmed Hassan about his favorite ways to bring fire features into the backyard.
Ahmed is a California licensed Landscape Contractor (C-27), and PLANET Certified Landscape Maintenance Technician. In addition to hosting 'Yard Crashers,' Ahmed also has contributed to numerous DIY Network shows including, “The Dirt On…,” “Green Me Up,” and “Blog Cabin.”
Avoid the most common rookie DIY mistakes to save time and money. We're sharing the worst mistakes to avoid with DIY Network's Kayleen McCabe.
We've all been there. Mistakes happen. Especially when we're doing something new. And sometimes it's hard to see all of the consequences that can happen when we forget or avoid something along the critical path to DIY wonderment.
That's why we're sharing the most common DIY mistakes with you: to help save you time and money in your next DIY project.
Licensed contractor and 2009 Stud Finder winner Kayleen McCabe uses her unique combination of gutsy innovation and expert trade tricks to take on any home improvement challenge she can find, including renovating a massive duplex that took six months to complete.
On DIY Network’s Rescue Renovation, Kayleen saves project-challenged homeowners who are in over their heads with their renovations. She points out exactly what went wrong and formulates a seven-day action plan to turn bad jobs into jaw-dropping rooms.