Communications

Our experts develop communication tools and advance collaborative policies and programs.  Services include:

  • Stakeholder engagement.
  • Facilitation of meetings, conferences and other events.
  • Communication materials for internal and external distribution.
  • Website design and programming for information architecture and user interface.
  • Message development for strategic initiatives and policy and program implementation.

ECHO LAKE AQUARIUM AND SCIENCE CENTER/LEAHY CENTER FOR LAKE CHAMPLAIN

The Clark Group provided planning services to build the first Leahy Center Environmental Summit, a three-day discussion to explore innovative solutions to the water quality problems affecting Lake Champlain.  We successfully coordinated the attendance of over 160 stakeholders from around the country, including extensive interviews with stakeholders to develop the content of the Summit.  We also facilitated panel sessions and interactive roundtable discussions throughout the duration of the Summit.

WHITE HOUSE COUNCIL ON ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY

As both technical experts and facilitators, The Clark Group led public discussions around the country on ways to modernize the NEPA process.  These roundtable discussions focused on ways to better integrate NEPA into federal agency decision making to make the NEPA process more effective, efficient and timely.  The comments received during these public sessions served as the basis for the Modernizing NEPA Task Force to develop its report, entitled Modernizing NEPA Implementation.

Environmental Protection Agency

The Clark Group is supporting EPA with the development and communication of their ENERGY STAR® program for commercial and industrial sectors. This work includes developing and delivering training and communication materials to help engage and inform users of the ENERGY STAR program and the Portfolio Manager energy savings tracker tool. As part of this work, TCG’s team has created and delivered trainings, assisted in website and graphics development, made communications materials 508 compliant, and hosted public meetings informing stakeholders of the ENERGY STAR program and its resources.