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Peace is the Greenpeace way

Blog by philipradford | May 7, 2009

This past Tuesday, May 5th, the Washington Times published an editorial about Greenpeace in their print edition as well as online. The editorial referenced arson and Nazi brownshirts, then tried to assert connections to Greenpeace.

The True Test

Blog by philipradford | April 14, 2009

Just this week scientists report that Joshua Tree National Park may no longer have Joshua Trees. Glacier National Park may be ice-free by 2030. All of this because of global warming. America the Beautiful may not be so beautiful if...

Supermarkets Improve in Greenpeace Seafood Scorecard

Blog by michellefrey | June 30, 2009 5 comments

Grocery shopping. It's a weekly chore that I dread. I have to try and remember my list, coupons, the weekly store flyer and my canvas bags. Greenpeace is pressuring supermarkets so we can have one less thing to worry about when we...

The Whole World in His Hands

Blog by philipradford | April 27, 2009 2 comments

When 17 heads of government descend on Washington Monday for President Obama’s Major Emitters Forum, he will hear the same demand from each of them: that the United States take big action, immediately, to slash climate pollution – or...

Climate Bill Could Be Step Back if Not Fixed

Blog by philipradford | April 26, 2010 1 comment

This post originally appeared on Huffington Post on April 24, 2010. I was saddened to hear the details of the climate bill soon to be released by Senators Kerry, Graham, and Lieberman. This bill could be a step backwards, not...

Thoughts on Whose Ass Obama Should Kick

Blog by philipradford | June 10, 2010 7 comments

President Obama asked yesterday "whose ass to kick" over the Gulf of Mexico oil spill. I have a few ideas. 1. Tony Hayward . BP CEO Tony Hayward and his company should be criminally charged for the reckless endangerment of...

Will the BP Oil Spill be President Obama's Katrina?

Blog by philipradford | May 3, 2010 8 comments

In the immediate aftermath of what is unfolding as one of the most significant ecological and economic disasters in U.S. history, the response from the White House seemed more like damage control for itself rather than damage control...

President Obama's Earth Day Assault on Whales

Blog by philipradford | April 24, 2010 1 comment

Reposted from the Huffington Post, April 23, 2010 “Look, I love whales,” said the President with a smile as he shook my hand. Yesterday, on Earth Day, I thought I would be calling on the President to push legislation that would...

The iPad, Cloud Computing, and IT's Growing Carbon Problem

Blog by danieljkessler | March 30, 2010 1 comment

The announcement of Apple's iPad has been much anticipated by a world with an ever-increasing appetite for mobile computing devices as a way to connect, interact, learn and work. As rumors circulated - first about its existence and...

Carbon Price Drops Are True Signal That Copenhagen Was a Cop-Out

Blog by philipradford | December 23, 2009 2 comments

Was Copenhagen historic or a failure (or both)? To discern the value of the Copenhagen deal through the din of spin, look no further than the 9% drop in the European carbon market on Monday, where confidence vanished following...

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