2010

Marstel-Day, LLC Issues Nationwide Appeal to Businesses for Earth Day

VA-based environmental consulting firm, Marstel-Day, LLC announced today that it will again this year release its employees throughout the country on Earth Day 2010 (Thursday, April 22) from their consulting workload, to contribute to Earth Day projects as an essential part of its company mission: conservation of natural resources. Marstel-Day President, Rebecca R. Rubin says that she has also appealed to the NY Times to exercise its journalistic leadership and to activate minds everywhere to engage on issues of climate adaptation.

Hon. Lynn Scarlett Joins Marstel-Day, LLC Advisory Council

Hon. Lynn Scarlett Joins Marstel-Day, LLC Advisory Council. Marstel-Day, LLC is a woman-owned firm specializing in conservation and land use consulting. Ms. Scarlett will be advising the firm on issues pertaining to climate change, ecosystem services, and landscape-scale conservation.

Marstel-Day Wins the 2009 Environmental Business Journal Business Achievement Award Consulting And Environmental Firms, New Practice Areas

The Environmental Business Journal honors Marstel-Day, LLC (Fredericksburg, VA; www.marstel-day.com) and IHS Janes, a unit of IHS Inc. with the 2009 EBJ Business Achievement award “Consulting And Environmental Firms, New Practice Areas”, for forming a strategic partnership and launching a new, joint-practice area that directly supports policymakers, planners, and operators who have to address the challenges posed by severe environmental, energy, and climate dynamics.

Marstel-Day, LLC Wins the 2009 American Planning Association, Federal Planning Division Award for an Outstanding Collaborative Planning Project

Marstel-Day, LLC was announced as the winner of the 2009 American Planning Association, Federal Planning Division Award for an “Outstanding Collaborative Planning Project.” For two years, Marstel-Day, LLC has worked closely with Marine Corps Installations – East (MCI-East) at Camp Lejeune, NC, to develop a comprehensive land use planning strategy for a 25-county Eastern North Carolina (ENC) region that protects military training, maintains the viability of traditional “working lands” (i.e., farming and forestry), preserves water quality and protects natural habitat.

Marstel-Day Wins the 2009 Environmental Business Journal Business Achievement Award Consulting And Environmental Firms, New Practice Areas

The Environmental Business Journal honors Marstel-Day, LLC (Fredericksburg, VA; www.marstel-day.com) and IHS Janes, a unit of IHS Inc. with the 2009 EBJ Business Achievement award “Consulting And Environmental Firms, New Practice Areas”, for forming a strategic partnership and launching a new, joint-practice area that directly supports policymakers, planners, and operators who have to address the challenges posed by severe environmental, energy, and climate dynamics.