Firm News

Mighty Earth Report Reveals Major Chocolate Companies Sourcing Chocolate Linked to Deforestation

Mighty Earth’s investigation finds that cocoa used in the chocolate produced by Mars, Nestle, Hershey’s and Godiva was grown illegally in protected areas.

Mighty Earth’s New Report Identifies Companies Responsible for Nationwide Water Pollution

Mighty Earth’s new investigation traces responsibility for a massive dead zone in the Gulf of Mexico to specific companies, notably Tyson Foods, America’s largest meat company.

Waxman Strategies Publishes New Report on Drug Pricing Drivers and Solutions

The report identifies the problems and drivers of high prescription drug prices as well as the many actions that can be taken to address them.

Waxman Strategies Bolsters Communications Team with Two Key Hires

Waxman Strategies is pleased to announce two new additions to its growing public relations practice, Senior Vice President Kirsten Maynard and Senior Account Executive Kemba Neptune.

Henry Waxman Helps Broker Landmark Forest Agreement

Waxman, in his capacity as Chairman of environmental campaign group Mighty, helps convince Olam International to suspend deforestation for palm oil and rubber.

New Waxman Agriculture Initiative Welcomes Lucia von Reusner

Waxman Strategies is pleased to welcome Lucia von Reusner to our rapidly-growing environmental team.

Welcome Stephanie Benedict

Waxman Strategies is pleased to announce the addition of communications strategist Stephanie Benedict.

Time for Action

It’s an understatement to say that the election result was a shock to all of us. But while a shock can be excruciatingly painful, it’s also a sharp prod to action.

Welcome Bill Corr and Kristi Martin

Waxman Strategies is pleased to announce the addition of Department of Health and Human Services veterans Bill Corr and Kristi Martin.

New Report Implicates Korindo in Widespread Devastation

Smoking forest is Papua’s version of a smoking gun, and it’s everywhere on Korindo-controlled plantations in Papua and North Maluku, a new investigation shows.