Through the Give to Tomorrow® grant program, Clarke donates a portion of its annual sales revenue to non-profit environmental organizations around the world who share Clarke’s values and passion for the planet and community.
After surveying a segment of about 100 of our U.S. based customers, including mosquito abatement districts, municipal programs, and public health departments, some key trends emerged that we can all learn from.
Julie Reiter discusses the impact climate change is having on the spread of vector-borne diseases.
This week, Clarke celebrated its 7th Annual Day of Caring – our company-wide volunteerism effort that gives back to the communities where we live and work.
Bill Jany – Clarke’s 2018 Coworker of the Year and Senior Technical Advisor for International Business – talks about his experience bringing Cielo, Clarke’s new international adulticide, to the market.
In the complicated discussion about suppressing the Zika virus, every expert in public health and mosquito control seems to agree on one thing: We need to step back and use common sense.
Zika virus (ZIKV) is in the news, and the volume is deafening. However, as far as we know, Zika is not deadly, and there hasn’t even been a single reported case in India. Is Zika really an international health emergency?
The mosquito borne Zika virus is grabbing our attention like no other since malaria. And rightfully so because with increasing certainty, it\’s effects are more than flu-like symptoms. It\’s deforming newborns for life, and in some cases, death, due to microcephaly.