Media Contacts

The following contacts are for press inquiries only. 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.

For media requests:

Molly Dorozenski

General inquiries & genetic engineering

New York

646-862-1509

For media requests:

Travis Nichols

Oceans

Washington, D.C.

206-802-8498

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Keiller MacDuff

Arctic

San Francisco

202-679-2236

For media requests:

Joe Smyth

Climate & Energy

Washington, D.C.

831-566-5647

 


For media requests:

David Pomerantz

Climate & Energy

San Francisco

914-584-9054

For media requests:

Kat Clark

Forests

San Francisco

415-529-0941

For video requests:

202-319-2429

For photo requests:

202-319-2453

 

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GAR's No Deforestation Policy to Now Apply to All Palm Oil Suppliers

Media release | February 28, 2014 at 19:57

Jakarta, 28 February 2014 – Singapore-listed palm oil trader, Golden Agri Resources (GAR), today announced it will implement its forest conservation policy across all third party suppliers, a move that Greenpeace International says is a step in...

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Media release | February 26, 2014 at 9:00

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Greenpeace Applauds Apple for Cutting Conflict Minerals, Supply Chain Transparency

Media release | February 13, 2014 at 12:42

SAN FRANCISCO — In response to Apple's release of its Supplier Responsibility report, Greenpeace released the following statement, from Greenpeace Energy Campaigner Tom Dowdall:

Greenpeace Welcomes Federal Probe of Duke Energy's Relationship with Regulators

Media release | February 13, 2014 at 12:38

WASHINGTON, DC —In response to the news that federal authorities have launched an investigation into North Carolina's environmental agency following a massive coal ash spill on the Dan River, Greenpeace released the following statement from...

Charlotte Residents Protest Duke’s Coal Ash Spill, Concerned about Risk to Their Water

Media release | February 6, 2014 at 13:24

CONTACTS: Robert Corriher, Charlotte Environmental Action, 704-779-7411 Monica Embrey, Greenpeace Charlotte, 773-419-0963,

PHOTOS, VIDEO: Duke Energy pond still leaking toxic coal ash into NC’s Dan River...

Media release | February 4, 2014 at 17:55

CHARLOTTE, NC, Feb. 3 2014 -- Duke Energy’s coal ash pond is still leaking hazardous chemicals into the Dan River in North Carolina, a drinking water source for downstream communities, after over 48 hours.

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