John Deans

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As an Arctic Campaigner, John works with lawmakers, coalition partners, activists, and the media in Greenpeace's efforts to protect the Arctic from the dangers of industrial activity.

In his more than six years with Greenpeace John has worked in communities in New York and North Carolina for Greenpeace's global warming campaign, organized in Vermont to help win the historic vote to shut down the Vermont Yankee Nuclear Plant, worked all over the country to protect people from dangerous chemical plants, and is now working on Greenpeace's campaign to protect the Arctic from the threats of oil drilling and industrial fishing.

John studied Human Ecology at College of the Atlantic in Bar Harbor, Maine. John has appeared in local media outlets all over the US, has appeared on Thom Hartmann's shows, and has be featured in the Huffington Post and The Nation.

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