No. 29 is a NYC-based boutique media relations firm founded by Erin Allweiss and Melody Serafino. We get fired up about companies,
people, organizations and campaigns that challenge the status quo and create true impact. We’ve overseen a range of projects that
include launching companies, conceptualizing brands and overseeing major design initiatives. With a focus on social impact,
innovation and entertainment, No. 29 works with artists and business innovators who share a common thread: they are advancing
thoughtful discourse and spurring impact in their practice areas. From photographers and sculptors shifting the way people see the
world, to platforms and conferences that are changing the way people experience stories, to an investment fund protecting our
oceans and a real estate developer with an unwavering dedication to sustainability, impact can take many shapes. These are the
stories No. 29 hones and shares – across multiple platforms – on behalf of its clients.
Water Collective: A ‘Maintenance-obsessed’ Approach to Clean WaterApril 19, 2017Water Collective, like many charities, wants to drive that number down. But unlike many charities, they’re “obsessed” with maintaining improved water sources to make sure that number stays down – a challenging task for many reasons.
50 Ways To Love Your Mother On Earth Day 2017April 19, 2017Just because there are climate denier lunatics at all levels of the federal government, is that any reason to hide under the covers on Earth Day 2017? Absolutely not. The folks at Earth Day Initiative have put together a website that lists 50 ways to make renewable energy part of your life — one for every state in the union — in just a few seconds.
These Sneakers Were Designed With Silk Sourced From the Brazilian Producer Hermès UsesApril 19, 2017Late last year, Emma Watson gave a shout-out to a Paris-based sustainable sneaker brand called Veja. If the name seems unfamiliar, that’s because founders François-Ghislain Morillion and Sébastien Kopp have taken a slow and steady approach to growing their clever eco-friendly fashion business.
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Americans Ate 19% Less Beef From ’05 to ’14, Report SaysApril 19, 2017The last decade or so has brought ample evidence that Americans are gradually changing their diets, driven by health concerns and other factors. But a new study points to one change that is starker than many have thought: Americans cut their beef consumption by 19 percent — nearly one-fifth — in the years from 2005 to 2014, according to research released on Wednesday by the Natural Resources Defense Council.
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