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Dispatches from Standing Rock: Day 2

Posted 11.16.2016

Originally published on Huffington Post Honestly. I was worried. Today, I witnessed a couple hundred of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and their allies orchestrate with great savvy demonstrations against the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) at the capital city of Bismarck, North Dakota, today. After the six-hour experience, as the sun was going down, I […]

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Dispatches From Standing Rock: Day 1

Posted 11.14.2016

Originally published on Huffington Post Only about one in three Americans knows the natural source of their drinking water. They turn on their tap, the water always comes out (even in extreme drought) and so there is seemingly no need to understand the infrastructure it takes to get water from lakes and rivers to the […]

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Huffington Post: Rio Olympics may be over, but water woes are not

Posted 08.26.2016

Originally published on Huffington Post Huffington Post: Rio Olympics may be over, but water woes are not Green pool water. Raw sewage. Horrible traffic. Those are issues being cited in post-mortem write-ups on the 31st Olympic Games hosted by Rio De Janeiro. Considering the pre-games news about Zika virus and global terrorist threats, I say […]

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Ventura County Star: Valerie Salinas-Davis, Jared Bouchard: Why infrastructure should matter to water ratepayers

Posted 07.12.2016

Originally published on Ventura County Star It’s Infrastructure Week, when a nonpartisan coalition of public- and private-sector groups promote the need for government to invest in roads, bridges, rails, ports, airports, pipes, the power grid and broadband. The mantra is #InfrastructureMatters, and the call to action? “Leaders at all levels are going to need to […]

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A Blog On Orlando: As A Gay-Owned Business…

Originally published on Huffington Post Last night, on my way home from work — at a gay-owned business — I told my wife, “Maybe I ought to write a blog on Orlando, you know, ‘as a gay-owned business …’” I am cofounder of EnviroMedia, a communications firm that focuses on environment and public health, and my last blog post […]

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Huffington Post: Valerie Davis on Why Infrastructure Should Matter to Water Ratepayers

Originally published on Huffington Post Co-authored by Carole Baker, president and CEO, Texas Water Foundation It’s “Infrastructure Week,” and a nonpartisan coalition of public- and private-sector stakeholders has chosen May 16 to 23 to promote the need for government to invest in improvements to “roads, bridges, rails, ports, airports, pipes, the power grid, [and] broadband.” […]

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EnviroMedia Chosen For Ten-Year CDC Marketing Contract

Posted 10.28.2015

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Oct. 28, 2015 AUSTIN — The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) just awarded EnviroMedia a health marketing contract worth up to $100 million over ten years. EnviroMedia is the only firm in Texas chosen to join a pool of 16 companies that can now compete for CDC marketing work […]

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EnviroMedia Earns B Corporation Certification

Posted 10.19.2015

AUSTIN — EnviroMedia just joined an elite group of businesses that are “Certified B Corporations” and members of 1% for the Planet. Fewer than 60 companies nationwide have earned recognition from both of these sustainability organizations. The Certified B Corporation designation is awarded to “benefit” companies that use the power of business to solve social […]

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You Wouldn’t Pray For A Road Would You? (Read More)

Posted 10.12.2015

by Valerie Salinas-Davis via Medium.com Then why in the world would you pray for rain? Yet that’s what some 21st Century politicians have done. So with Texas beginning Summer 2015 out of drought and teetering back into it by August, I got to wondering: You wouldn’t pray for a road, electricity or a stop light […]

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EnviroMedia honored for excellence in public health communication

Posted 09.03.2015

The National Public Health Information Coalition (NPHIC) announced that the EnviroMedia Social Marketing has been recognized with three gold awards and one silver award in a 2015 national competition honoring excellence in public health communication. “We are extremely proud that the premier nationwide voice of public health communication has recognized our work,” said Kevin Tuerff, […]

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