Marstel-Day LLC in June plans to move its principal office to a pair of nearby buildings at the intersection of Wolfe and Prince Edward streets.
In the last two months of 2012, the commonwealth got 56 percent of its expected rainfall, yet the average Virginian took little note of the crisis at home. “We can still turn on the tap and water flows, so we think everything’s okay,” explains Rebecca Rubin, founder, president and CEO of Marstel-Day, a Fredericksburg-based environmental consulting firm specializing in water risk management.
Marstel-Day’s Oakland California Office joined the City of Oakland’s Office of Parks and Recreation in an Earth Day volunteer event to help repair and revitalize the Arroyo Viejo Community Garden, located in East Oakland, an underserved part of the City.
In keeping with its long-standing tradition and policy of company-wide Earth Day participation, on Friday, April 19th, Marstel-Day, LLC celebrated its 12th Earth Day campaign with over one hundred empl
oyees giving back to their communities and the environment across the nation.
Dispelling any doubts about the existence of global warming and likelihood of dramatically-rising seas, oceanographer and author, John Englander, describes to Rebecca R. Rubin, host of Vital Voices of the Environment, why 50 feet of sea level rise is already a certainty, and how current models exclude wild-card events that could mean 6 feet of sea level rise in as little as 30 – 40 years.
Marstel-Day recently received two environmental honors, and continued its run-up to Earth Day 2013 by joining the ranks of other US businesses that have signed a climate declaration urging the US government to take action to curb climate change.
The founder and chief executive of a Fredericksburg-based environmental consulting firm will be honored at the White House on Thursday for being a “champion of change.””