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Altoona And Beech Creek Railroad - Extension and Legal Battle
... the stock to Kerr, several other directors of the railroad, including Shellenberger, contracted to sell a majority interest in the railroad to Samuel P ... Shellenberger, on behalf of the bondholders—the group which had allied with Langdon ... (914 mm) Headquarters Altoona, Pennsylvania Shellenberger and his fellow bondholders had good reason to seek control of the railroad ...
Michael Shellenberger - Writings
... In 2004, Nordhaus and Shellenberger, both long-time strategists for environmental groups, co-authored a controversial essay, "The Death of Environmentalism Global ... and taught In, 2007, Houghton Mifflin published Nordhaus and Shellenberger's Break Through From the Death of Environmentalism to the Politics of Possibility (Houghton ... Time Magazine named Nordhaus and Shellenberger two of its 32 Heroes of the Environment (2008) calling Break Through "prescient" for its prediction that climate policy should focus not on making fossil fuels ...
Lit (band) - History - Lit and Death of Allen Shellenberger (2003–2009)
5, 2008 it was announced that Lit's drummer, Allen Shellenberger, was diagnosed with a malignant glioma (brain tumor) ... No Doubt drummer Adrian Young filled in for Shellenberger on the drums for a few songs ... Shellenberger died on August 13, 2009, at the age of 39 ...
Michael Shellenberger - Consulting and PR Work
... In 1996 Shellenberger co-founded Communication Works, a progressive public relations firm ... In 2002 Shellenberger co-founded the public relations firm Lumina Strategies ... In 2005 Shellenberger and Nordhaus co-founded American Environics, whose clients include AARP, Earthjustice, the Ford Foundation, and the Nathan Cummings Foundation ...
Baltimore County State's Attorney
... Shellenberger ... Shellenberger took office on January 2, 2007 ... Shellenberger started his legal career in the Baltimore County State’s Attorney’s Office working as a law clerk while attending the University of Baltimore Law School ...