Can you imagine scientists, engineers and other essential members of the federal workforce being prevented from doing their jobs?
ABC News’ MaryAlice Parks talks with representatives from AFGE Council 238, the Sierra Club and the National Wildlife Federation.
Scientists and power providers are scrutinizing the Snake River dams to see just how damaging they are for wild fish, in accordance with a federal judge’s orders.
Advocacy Significance: We developed materials, and networked with broadcast, print and digital journalists to reach key constituent audiences, aka the “movable middle.”
2016 – Present Environment America Advocacy Significance: Caplan works with reporters for beneficial story placements in key states to support public comment periods and public hearings about challenges to wildlife and that America’s outdoors heritage endures for future generations. We champion conservation policies by positioning news that improves wildlife and wild places on public lands,…
Advocacy Significance: Annually, the “State of the Air Report” codifies air pollution levels and risks to public health. Caplan designed the national report launch using local broadcast interviews to show where increases and unsafe spikes in particle pollution puts more Americans’ health at risk.
Legislative Significance: In 2009, nine Mid-Atlantic and New England states adopted the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI). By shifting to clean energy, raising energy efficiency, and burning less fossil fuels, state residents’ health dramatically improved.
Caplan liaised with the Lambi Fund’s humanitarian crisis in Haiti and its U.S. delegation at the White House and in Miami following 2010’s catastrophic magnitude 7.0 Mw Haiti Earthquake.