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Greenpeace Statement on the Outcome of the U.S. 2010 Congressional Elections

Media release | November 3, 2010 at 11:30

Responding to the outcome of the United States congressional elections, Kyle Ash, Senior Legislative Representative for Greenpeace USA, issued the following statement:

House Hate on EPA Week

Blog by Kyle Ash | March 11, 2011

This week polluters of America are seeing that paying politicians yields results. Here are a few examples. On Tuesday GOP in the House more or less admonished climate scientists who are concerned with runaway global warming enough...

World Bank! Coal is Expensive, and It Kills People

Blog by Kyle Ash | March 1, 2011 5 comments

Today people across the planet are telling the World Bank to stop funding coal! You can help by posting a message on the World Bank's Facebook page . You can also comment on the World Bank's blog , or Tweet @WorldBank using...

Broken Umbrella in Cancun

Blog by Kyle Ash | December 1, 2010

This blog was co-authored by Virginie Lambert-Ferry from Greenpeace Canada. In Cancun a dominant theme seems to be cautious flexibility. True, signaling flexibility shows a good faith effort toward achieving agreement. Even Saudia...

50,000 people tell the Senate to protect people, not polluters

Blog by Kyle Ash | March 29, 2011 2 comments

About 50,000 people just communicated to their Senators that they've had it with coal companies polluting policymaking, and polluting their communities. With their names on the petition, we dropped off a copy of the latest Harvard...

US in Cancun: Weak, Non-Binding and Vague

Blog by Kyle Ash | December 8, 2010

During today's negotiations, the high level segment began. This is when the highest ranking government officials in town should, fingers crossed, provide clarity on their countries' positions. Many countries have prime ministers or...

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