Check your calendars. Earth Day is April 22, just weeks away. This will be the 45th anniversary of the first Earth Day, which is commonly referred to as the start of the modern environmental movement.
I remember as a child in the 70s being taught to “Give a Hoot, Don’t Pollute” and I remember the Keep American Beautiful public service announcement that featured a tear falling down the cheek of a Native American as he watched garbage pile up in rivers and streams.
Those were powerful messages that helped shape my view of litter and helped my generation understand that our natural environment was important to protect. Continue reading “Talking Environment: Transportation Messaging and Accountability”
As Congress debates how to shore up the federal Highway Trust Fund, and perhaps consider a long-term reauthorization of the national surface transportation program, state DOT environmental professionals are asking some extremely challenging questions related to how well transportation departments communicate.
Continue reading “Transportation agencies work to effectively share their environmental stories”