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Roger has over 20 years of experience providing public relations expertise and counsel to corporate management, government agencies and non-profit executives regarding internal communications, stakeholder relations, coalition building, strategic public campaigns, grassroots organizing, branding and fundraising strategies. Roger is an accredited member (APR) of the Public Relations Society of America. Roger joined Clean Air-Cool Planet in 2006 to prepare a global warming education campaign in New Hampshire ahead of the 2008 presidential primary. Prior to a successful 5 years serving natural resource and energy clients as an independent public relations practitioner, Roger was a public relations counselor in the consulting firm Jackson, Jackson and Wagner. From 1995 through 1999 he served as Special Assistant to the Secretary of the Interior and served in the White House Council on Environmental Quality to help manage overall program and policy development for President Clinton’s American Heritage River Initiative.

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Preparing for the Changing Climate: a Northeast-Focused Needs Assessment

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Development (socioeconomic)
Disaster Risk Management
Education / Outreach
Land Use Planning
Public Health
Transportation / Infrastructure
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Preparing for the Changing Climate: a Northeast-Focused Needs Assessment is the first region-wide snapshot from regional, state, and local scales on how communities are preparing for a changing climate, and what resources and assistance they need to succeed.