To Drill or Not to Drill – The Green Dilemma

Given my increasingly green position and public relations work for green companies, I was recently asked about my stance on offshore drilling for oil. Being a politically conservative voter, some of those sharing my views on economic growth and limited government are confused when I start talking about my passion for more sustainable living. So, here’s what I think. We should drill NOW! 

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Hawaii – Taking Green Seriously

This past week I came to Hawaii to do PR support for Certiport PATHWAYS conference. I’ve hung around for a week since then to enjoy this tropical paradise, first on the Big Island, then Oahu. We’ve done the expected tourist stuff here including a solemn visit to Pearl Harbor, hiking to Diamond Head, and a visit to the world famous Polynesian Cultural Center.  But, we’ve found our way to some great Eco-Tourism spots and caught a glimpse of ...

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PR Duty in Hawaii – Tough!

Last week I flew to the Big Island of Hawaii to do public relations support for Certiport PATHWAYS conference.  Certiport is a global company certifying digital literacy skills and computer desktop proficiency in more that 120 countries. The annual PATHWAYS event attracted more than 200 dignitaries from media, education, government, and the private sector from every continent. 44 students competed here in the Finals for the Worldwide Competition on Microsoft Office, sponsored by Certiport. Thailand came away the ...

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