Author: Gary Chandler

Author and producer. CEO of Crossbow Communications. Follow him on Twitter @Gary_Chandler
wolf conservation

Wildlife Services Killing Thousands Of Animals It was an August morning two years ago when Maggie, a spry, 7-year-old border collie, slipped through the backyard fence of her family’s suburban Oregon home. Minutes later, she was dead – her neck snapped by a body-gripping trap set by the U.S. government less than 50 feet from […]

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health and sustainability

Rainforests Destroyed Palm oil is derived from the fruit of the oil palm tree, it contributes to the economic development of the producing countries and to the deadly diets of millions of people around the world. In fact palm oil can be found in a huge percentage of everyday supermarket products. Oil palms are highly efficient […]

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Earth News

Climate Changing Life Global warming is one of the most complicated issue facing world leaders. Warnings from the scientific community are becoming louder, as an increasing body of science points to rising dangers from the ongoing buildup of human-related greenhouse gases — produced mainly by the burning of fossil fuels and forests. In fact, deforestation […]

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wolf conservation

Wolves Key Part Of Biodiversity When attempting to manage wolf populations in our modern world, we must admit that the threat of prion contamination in our watersheds and food chain now poses a much greater risk to several industries, human health, and homeland security than our god-given wolves ever did. In fact, predators are one […]

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public affairs

Teens Targeted By Marketing Strategy Most smokers wish that they had never started their ugly habit. The nicotine and the additives such as ammonia make cigarettes extremely addictive and deadly. In fact, nicotine is more addictive than alcohol, cocaine and heroin. One of the reasons tobacco is so addictive is that about 4,000 chemicals have […]

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health and sustainability

Infectious Waste and Disease A group of small communities in central Washington may be facing a very big problem. Doctors there are baffled by a cluster of local cases involving a birth defect known as anencephaly, in which babies are born with parts of their brain or skull missing. A study released last year by the Centers […]

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prion disease and TSE

Caregivers In Harm’s Way Approximately 50 million people around the world already have Alzheimer’s disease and the numbers are rising rapidly. Since the disease barely existed a century ago, Alzheimer’s and some related diseases fit the definition of a global epidemic. A new book by Gary R. Chandler explains why some, if not all, forms […]

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health and sustainability

Many Factors Driving Brain Disease Approximately 40 million people around the world already have Alzheimer’s disease and the numbers are rising rapidly. Since the disease barely existed a century ago, Alzheimer’s and several related diseases seem to fit the definition of a global epidemic. Alzheimer’s disease deaths in the U.S. alone increased 68 percent between […]

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biodiversity

Book Benefits Wildlife Conservation Indonesia has some of the most extensive biodiversity on the planet, including the world’s second-largest rainforest. Unfortunately, this island nation is growing so fast that its natural wonders are collapsing— with the thousands of creatures that call these gems home. To help draw global attention to the problem, while promoting more […]

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health and sustainability

Alzheimer’s Disease, Climate Change Among Priority Issues Endangered species and other wildlife around the world are under siege like never before. Thanks to a public affairs and public relations firm in the United States, they have a powerful ally. Crossbow Communications, award-winning and record-setting public affairs and public relations consultants with offices in Denver, New […]

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