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True Friends of Gifford Pinchot State Park

On Saturday April 23rd, Jane Plisko, her husband Keith, and Kevin Troutman volunteered together with the organization Friends of Gifford Pinchot State Park to plant trees and clear trails to celebrate Earth Day. Gifford Pinchot State Park is a 2,338-acre full-service park in northern York County, Pennsylvania. In 1898, Pinchot became the head of the [Read More]

Categories: Earth Day

Helping Out with Habitat Work Day: Trinity River Audubon Center

On April 29th, our Dallas office donated their time and resources to assist the Trinity River Audubon Center with Habitat Work Day. Throughout the day, team members helped clear and expand existing trails, remove invasive species, or restore prairie, forest, and wetland habitats. Trinity River Audubon Center has been welcoming visitors to its sanctuaries since [Read More]

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The Value of Earth Day, Every Day

Earth Day serves as a great reminder that we are responsible for taking care of our planet. In that spirit, “BE Active” is Berkley Environmental’s confirmation to always act with purpose. It inspires us to be an active participant in making positive differences in our communities and our world and is a demonstration of our [Read More]

Categories: Earth Day

The Value of Earth Day

What makes Earth Day so special is that it reminds us that we can make a difference, with even the smallest actions, and gives us the opportunity to act. Over 50 years ago, Earth Day was created to bring attention to how our collective actions were affecting our environment and to make us pay attention. [Read More]

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The Summit Feature – Insight on Manufacturing Trends from Lana Keppel

Lana Keppel, our Senior Vice President recently weighed in on a feature article for The Summit. The article focused on top environmental market challenges and opportunities for manufacturing accounts, including sustainability and environmental consciousness. When asked about how businesses should look at their own environmental practices Keppel details, “When dealing with supply chain challenges, manufacturers [Read More]

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Nuclear Verdicts 101

If you find yourself wondering, “what even is a Nuclear Verdict anyway?” no need to worry, we’ve got you covered.  A nuclear verdict can be defined as: an exceptionally high award that surpasses what should be a reasonable or rational amount.  More often than not, a nuclear verdict will provoke an automatic and intense response [Read More]

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The Psychology of Anchoring

The anchoring effect is defined as: a cognitive bias that describes the common human tendency to rely too heavily on the first piece of information given.  It’s a proven psychological technique that’s gaining serious popularity within present day trials, and is widely known to be enhanced by repetition. And aside from being able to persuade [Read More]

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