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Posts: Anatol Frantzen and Georg Schmitt

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Anatol Frantzen is a consultant at Ketchum Pleon’s Berlin Office and specializes in public and regulatory affairs, issues management and CSR. He is developing communication strategies, public affairs concepts and analyses for a wide range of issues. His main focus is the energy industry. He has served clients from numerous business fields e.g. oil and gas, power generation, renewable energies and energy grids. Georg Schmitt joined Ketchum Pleon in 2007. He worked as a consultant for corporate and public affairs, crisis communications and government markets in Berlin and Brussels. He has been seconded to the World Economic Forum since February 2012 where he joined the Forum’s communications department.

Beyond the Promised Land – Five Reasons the European Fracking Controversy Is Different

by Anatol Frantzen and Georg Schmitt| February 21, 2013

Last Sunday, Berlin’s film festival “Berlinale” came to an end with the glamorous award ceremony. If Matt Damon didn’t get an award for his enviro-drama “Promised Land,” he still managed to fuel a debate that was also ignited at least three years ago by another film – Josh Fox’s “Gasland.” At the heart of both […]