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Candidates must understand and support Greenpeace’s campaigning style, including the use of peaceful civil disobedience. We are seeking individuals who are knowledgeable about environmental issues and want to contribute to finding and implementing lasting solutions. Greenpeace strives to maintain a diverse workplace, and encourages applications from members of underrepresented groups.
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Photo Exhibit Tour Coordinator
Greenpeace Canada is seeking a talented coordinator to manage an outdoor photo exhibit tour that will travel across Quebec.
The “Along The Pipeline” photo project is a collection of 24 portraits of Canadians and First Nations who live along the proposed Energy East pipeline route and are caught in the polarizing world of tar sands expansion.
The exhibition will tour communities along the proposed pipeline route and be accompanied by local openings and/or information sessions. The project will be executed together with local partners and other NGOs. It will then be passed along to partners in Ontario for the remainder of the summer.
Mobilization Campaigner (temporary contract)
Greenpeace Canada is seeking an experienced Mobilization Campaigner to help engage supporters as part of national efforts to mobilize millions of supporters across Canada for environmental and social justice.
Greenpeace Canada is seeking an experienced campaigner to assist the Head of Campaignand Campaigners in the implementation of campaign and project strategies and tactics andprovide program support to the Arctic campaign.
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