Creating a One-Stop Shop to Support Parks Department Employees Across the Country In 2015, the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) hired Fifth Estate Communications to build a toolkit that would help members explain the link between parks and community health — especially to to elected officials weighing funding priorities. In a time of tight
Whether at work, home, shopping, or out for an evening on the town, Americans spend the vast majority of their lives inside one building or another. The American Institute of Architects (AIA) is committed to ensuring that our built environment contributes to the wellbeing of people and the planet through a series of sustainability initiatives.
A perplexing challenge has perennially vexed the urban forestry community: With all the benefits we know urban forests provide, what is the most important issue to talk about when we’re trying to draw broad audiences under the urban forest canopy? Four years of work by a national task force and the Sustainable Urban Forests Coalition
Takoma Park is a famously progressive, environmentally active community in Maryland. And when the city to launch an Earth Day Festival, it turned to Fifth Estate Communications to help make the event a success. Fifth Estate worked with the Old Takoma Business Association to create a family-friendly community event that showcased environmental vendors and local
NOAA Fisheries is tasked with monitoring our nation’s fisheries and keeping them sustainable. The Marine Recreational Information Program is a NOAA Fisheries’ initiative to improve the way saltwater recreational fishing data are collected and reported. In the simplest terms possible, MRIP estimates the total number of fish caught by recreational fishermen by combining the number