Author: Gary Chandler

Author and producer. CEO of Crossbow Communications. Follow him on Twitter @Gary_Chandler
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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health and sustainability

Cities Hold Keys To Sustainability Our planet is undergoing an unprecedented and irreversible wave of urbanization, with the share of the global population living in cities set to reach 60 percent by 2030. But rapid growth is driving up fossil-fuel consumption, water consumption, air and water pollution and mountains of waste and sewage. The current […]

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biodiversity

Book Benefits Endangered Species  Chandler, a public affairs and marketing consultant in Denver just published the second edition of the Language and Travel Guide to Indonesia. Chandler will use the book as a platform to help Indonesia develop more ecotourism opportunities, which can help the local populations preserve the rainforest, while discouraging illegal wildlife poaching, […]

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biodiversity

Indonesian Language and Travel Guide Gary Chandler just signed a contract to write another version of the Language and Travel Guide to Indonesia. He will work with Hippocrene Books of New York, NY as he did on the first edition in 1994. Indonesia includes some of the largest and most exotic islands in the world, including Bali, […]

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health and sustainability

Earth Alert More Than A Game Can you make it to the recycling center before using your last unit of oxygen? Do you know what percentage of the world’s energy the United States uses? A new board game that combines environmental trivia with actual planet-saving activities has hit the store shelves. While playing Earth Alert, […]

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biosolids risk assessment

Sewage Sludge Now Dumped On Farms, Ranches, Playgrounds U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator William K. Reilly visited New York City today to mark the end of dumping sewage sludge in the ocean. New York City has met the terms of its agreement to stop transporting and dumping its sludge in the ocean by June 30, […]

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