Twitter Isn’t Tesla — My Takeaways From The Last Three Weeks

Credit to Author: Frugal Moogal| Date: Fri, 18 Nov 2022 13:44:24 +0000

Before starting this article, I went back and forth with what I wanted to use as a subtitle. Ultimately, “My Takeaways from the Last Three Weeks” edged out something about how impossible it feels to cover these companies because of how quickly the news has been going out lately. And the truth is, I used […]

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Incorrect Claims About Elon Musk Don’t Help Critiques Of How He’s Running Twitter (Or Tesla)

Credit to Author: Zachary Shahan| Date: Thu, 17 Nov 2022 04:20:13 +0000

I’ve got issues with some of the stuff Elon Musk’s been doing at Twitter, and some of the non-Twitter tweets he’s sent, including ones pushing wild and harmful conspiracy theories. But for all the potentially valid critiques and criticisms, I also see many mixed in that are completely incorrect and misguided — and those can […]

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CleanTech Editors’ Roundtable

Credit to Author: Scott Cooney| Date: Fri, 11 Nov 2022 16:30:17 +0000

At RE+, I was invited to participate on a panel with some other climate tech journalists to talk about the state of the clean tech world. The panel was moderated by Mike Casey, founder of TigerComm, a leading clean tech PR firm. Mike told the audience at RE+ that working with those of us in […]

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6 Election Takeaways for Cleantech Communicators

Credit to Author: Zachary Shahan| Date: Thu, 10 Nov 2022 15:18:33 +0000

The 2022 U.S. midterm elections provided historically surprising results. They were atypical in many ways, which is actually typical (in some ways) of the era of disruption we are in. Below are some communication lessons Mike Casey is highlighting for cleantech communicators. They are excellent lessons, so we are happy to share them here with […]

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California’s Climate Bill — Huge? Or Not Really News?

Credit to Author: Scott Cooney| Date: Thu, 01 Sep 2022 21:16:24 +0000

Last night, the California Assembly worked overtime to secure passage of the largest climate bill in state (any state’s) history. The bill will surely be signed by Governor Gavin Newsom, who has long pushed for climate action. It includes $54 billion in spending over 5 years on things like electric vehicles, infrastructure, and resilience to […]

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