Tag Archives “Wildlife Conservation Awareness Campaign”

Oakland Zoo Conservation Director Offers Solutions to Human-Wildlife Conflict at Marstel-Day’s “Stand With Wildlife” Campaign

Oakland, CA (September 18, 2015) – Conflicts inevitably occur as people and animals share the planet and its food, water, and space, and solutions depend on humans doing what’s best for wildlife, according to Oakland Zoo Conservation Director Amy Gotliffe. Gotliffe spoke at international environmental consulting firm Marstel-Day’s Stand With Wildlife Campaign event, hosted by […]

Marstel-Day, Wildlife Center of Virginia Hosted Events For Kids to Learn about Nocturnal Animals

Fredericksburg, VA (August 21, 2015) – International environmental consulting company Marstel-Day partnered with the Wildlife Center of Virginia, Friends of the Rappahannock, and Children’s Museum of Richmond (CMoR Fredericksburg) to hold the program “Whoo’s Awake in the Night” during two time slots on August 21. More than 140 adults and children came out to learn […]

Threats to Oceans Affect Food Supply, Healthcare, and Security – Marstel-Day Speaker on Importance of Sustaining, Researching Oceans

Alexandria, VA (August 19, 2015) – The ocean–which provides half of the Earth’s oxygen, removes carbon from the atmosphere, supplies food, and inspires medications–makes human life possible on this planet, according to Kristen Yarincik, director of research and education at the Consortium for Ocean Leadership. Yarincik spoke at the Wildlife Conservation Awareness Campaign series produced […]

Marstel-Day Guest Speaker: Mainstream Media Blind Spots Lead to Inadequate Reporting on Long-Term Environmental Impacts, Especially on the Poor

Oakland, CA (June 19, 2015) – James Fahn, executive director of the Earth Journalism Network, a nonprofit global network of environmental journalists, described the challenges that environmental reporters face, although climate change is a household word. The mainstream media focuses on breaking news and short-term, ratings-based coverage, but environmental journalism is more complicated, making independent […]

Marstel-Day Hosts Marine Conservationist on Plastics Polluting Oceans, Killing Wildlife, Poisoning Food Chain, May 11

Fredericksburg, VA (May 5, 2015) – Marcus Eriksen, co-founder of the 5 Gyres Institute and an expert on the ecological damage of plastic pollution in the oceans, will share his insights into the havoc that trash wreaks on wildlife, waterways, and the food supply at international environmental consulting firm Marstel-Day’s Wildlife Conservation Awareness Campaign event […]

Marstel-Day Wildlife Campaign Spotlights Smartphones For Engaging With Nature, Mar. 19

International environmental consulting firm Marstel-Day announced today that its Wildlife Conservation Awareness Campaign speaker series will feature wildlife conservationist and entrepreneur Evan Hirsche who will discuss how smartphones can educate Americans about public lands and inspire them to act on their behalf. The presentation will be held Thursday, March 19, 2015 from noon to 1:30 […]

Teaching Kids Life Lessons Through Nature: Mamie Parker at Wildlife Conservation Awareness Campaign

“We have to rise above being stuck, stalled and scared” and start introducing young kids to nature. Inspirational speaker Dr. Mamie Parker applauded urban wildlife refuges and other ways of connecting children with nature, and told attendees of Marstel-Day’s Wildlife Conservation Awareness Campaign talk that we need to introduce kids to nature at as young […]