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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 York and Phoenix, won’t let them go down without a fight. The company’s president, Gary Chandler, is a veteran advertising, public relations and public affairs consultant. He is passionate about wildlife and wild places.
“I can’t sleep at night knowing what is happening to animals around the world, especially endangered species like the rhino, tiger, elephant and orangutan,” Chandler said. “The human condition and human nature are killing the entire planet. How many species will we push into extinction before the web of life collapses on us?”
Chandler is a Colorado native and a world explorer who authored the Language and Travel Guide to Indonesia, (2009, Hippocrene Books, New York, NY). Chandler devoted much of the book to wildlife and environmental issues. He is donating all profits to wildlife conservation causes in Indonesia.
Chandler also founded Earth News, a pioneer in the world of environmental journalism and publishing. He is the author of another eight books about environmental success stories, including Guardians of Wildlife (1995, Henry Holt, New York, NY).
As such, Chandler is devoting his consulting practice entirely to wildlife and sustainability causes. He’s even launching two related projects of his own.
“I feel like I’m starting a second career,” Chandler said. “Except, now we will be very selective about the clients that we tackle and we plan to increase the amount of pro bono work that we handle every year. That’s alright, these causes are rewarding in and of themselves. I’m here to put money in their pocket and leverage in their sail.”
Chandler says that the firm is eager to hear from organizations around the world that advocate for wildlife and sustainability causes. They also hope to join forces with groups promoting sustainable cities and reforestation, including urban forestation.