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The following contacts are for press inquiries. If you are not a member of the press and you have a question about Greenpeace's work, please call 800-326-0959. For weekend and holiday media requests, please call 202-640-3471.

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Molly Dorozenski
General inquiries & genetic engineering
New York
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Travis Nichols
Oceans
Atlanta
206-802-8498

Keiller MacDuff
Arctic
San Francisco
202-679-2236

Joe Smyth
Climate & Energy
Washington, D.C.
831-566-5647

Myriam Fallon
Oceans
Washington, DC
708-546-9001

Kat Clark
Forests
San Francisco
415-529-0941

 

   

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The latest updates

 

Trees can be endangered too and this one is in trouble

Blog by Danielle Van Oijen | July 16, 2014

When one thinks of endangered species, the usual large animals spring to mind. Elephants, tigers, rhinos. And quite rightly they are the ones who get the lion’s share of the attention at the meeting of the standing committee of the Convention on...

US Fish & Wildlife begins complete elimination of bee-killing pesticides in Pacific...

Blog by Cassady Sharp | July 15, 2014

Effective immediately, the US Fish & Wildlife Service will begin to eliminate the use of harmful and proven bee-killing pesticides  in the Pacific National Wildlife Refuge Systems.  These lands include Washington, Hawaii, Idaho and Oregon. The...

Texas’s Attorney General tells residents to “drive around” to discover dangerous...

Blog by Diana Ruiz | July 14, 2014

Last week the city of Port Arthur, Texas was shaken by the Chevron Phillips Chemical plant blast that sent two injured workers into a medical helicopter. Although Chevron Phillips publicly claimed that the situation was “under control,” the...

Is seaweed the new kale?

Blog by Maria Finn | July 10, 2014

Guest post from Maria Finn, author of “The Whole Fish”  Photo credit to  Marla Aufmuth  Strewn along beaches in tangled clumps, seaweed tells the fractal tales of tides.  Anchored in the water, they are an underwater melody.These algae are not...

U.S. floats a draft resolution that would legitimize “scientific whaling”

Blog by Phil Kline | July 10, 2014

Just a few months ago, the US State Department claimed that lethal scientific whaling was completely unnecessary. Now it appears the US is poised to allow Japan to continue scientific whaling with just a bit more paperwork. Greenpeace just...

Busted! Rainforest Destroyer and Its US Customers Exposed

Blog by Amy Moas | July 8, 2014

Customers are suspending contracts with Indonesia’s second largest pulp and paper company APRIL, which is part of the Royal Golden Eagle Group, as photographic evidence from Greenpeace shows continued destruction of rainforests and fire-prone...

LEGO responds to Greenpeace’s campaign for them to drop Shell

Blog by Ian Duff | July 7, 2014

LEGO says they’re saddened Greenpeace have used its famous brand as a tool in our campaign to stop Shell drilling in the Arctic. We’re sad too. We’re sad to see such a popular, well-loved brand like LEGO being used by Shell, with the willingness...

Drought Won’t Stop July 4th Fireworks in Some Dry States

Blog by Cassady Sharp | July 3, 2014

Brandon Baker, EcoWatch Reposted with permission from EcoWatch It’s so dry around Phil Griego’s New Mexico village that grass crunches when ranchers like himself shift horses, cattle and other animals from one field to another. That’s why...

Three Tips for Sourcing Sustainable Seafood This 4th of July

Blog by Christina Dawn Morgan | July 3, 2014

Happy Birthday, America! It’s the big 238! Exciting, and particularly great for all of us getting a little extra time off work to relax and enjoy the summer this weekend. YES!  Now, within all of the fantastic festivities like fireworks and pool...

It’s time for LEGO to block Shell

Blog by Ian Duff | July 1, 2014

Imagine you’re eight years old and picture the Arctic. There are no oil rigs, no industrial shipping and no politicians fighting over it. It’s just an endless sparkling expanse of sea and ice, populated by brave scientific explorers, magical...

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