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Media Contacts

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.

For media requests:

Molly Dorozenski
General inquiries & genetic engineering
New York

Travis Nichols
Arctic
Atlanta
206-802-8498

Cassady Sharp
Arctic
Washington, D.C.
828-817-3328

Joe Smyth
Climate & Energy
Denver
831-566-5647

Myriam Fallon
Seafood & Tuna
San Francisco
708-546-9001

Kat Clark
Forests
San Francisco
415-529-0941

 

Perry Wheeler
Oceans & Whales
Washington, DC
202-319-2461

 

   

For video requests:

202-319-2429

For photo requests:

202-319-2453

The latest updates

 

Greenpeace Podcast: Apps for Activism and Factory Fishing Trawlers

Blog by Mary Ambrose | March 3, 2015

Recently I read a story that I found truly shocking. It was about the sinking of a Korean factory fishing trawler into the frigid depths of the Bering Sea off of Russia’s east coast. This particular factory fishing trawler was on Greenpeace’s...

Nature Moment: Penguins, Dolphins, and Seals Oh My!

Blog by Mitchell Wenkus | March 3, 2015

These might be the 3 most graceful animals of the sea. Of course, that is when they are in the sea. Out of water is a different story. For now, enjoy this underwater footage of penguins, dolphins, and seals being their magnificent selves. Happy...

A chance for greater protection of the Arctic

Blog by Dr. David Santillo | March 2, 2015

Government members from all over Europe are meeting this week for the OSPAR (named after the Oslo and Paris Conventions) Convention’s Biodiversity Committee (BDC) in Cork, Ireland. They have an opportunity to move towards providing urgent...

Climate Scientists: Coal-funded #Fakexpert Willie Soon was Never Credible

Blog by Connor Gibson | February 25, 2015

“The science that Willie Soon does is almost pointless.” - NASA climate scientist Gavin Schmidt, to the New York Times   Recent revelations regarding Smithsonian scientist Willie Soon’s financing and coordination with fossil fuel companies for...

Nature Beauty Moment – Juneau, Alaska (Video)

Blog by Mitchell Wenkus | February 24, 2015

I want to go back to Alaska. The place is full of beauty. It still baffles me that you can see whales from the State Capital Building’s windows. I took this footage in between filming the Greenpeace Airship fly around Juneau urging policymakers...

Four Years After Greenpeace Sting: PR Firm Dumps Oil Lobbyists

Blog by Connor Gibson | February 20, 2015

Perhaps you heard the good news – the world’s largest public relations firm, Edelman, just spun off an advertising subsidiary so that it could show a commitment to not aiding the denial of climate change science. The Guardian explains how API’s...

Palau Underwater Beauty (Video)

Blog by Mitchell Wenkus | February 17, 2015

When I found this underwater footage in our archives I instantly looked up Palau. Wow! I’m entranced. This place is beautiful. I hope this video brings you a moment of peace and “wow” to your day. I suggest watching in HD and full screen. The...

10 years after Sister Dorothy’s death, the Amazon is still unsafe for forest defenders

Blog by Daniel Brindis | February 12, 2015

  Today, February 12th, marks the ten year anniversary when Dorothy Stang, the American nun and environmental activist was shot and killed at age 73 in Para State in Brazil. According to her killer, Rayfran das Neves, when she noticed his...

With solar deal, Apple raises the bar yet again for corporate climate leadership

Blog by David Pomerantz | February 10, 2015

In the last three years, more and more companies have committed to power their operations with 100% renewable energy. Technology companies have led the way, helped along by a nudge from Greenpeace and its supporters, as companies like Apple, Box...

Bringing Balance to Our Oceans

Blog by John Hocevar | February 9, 2015

The following was originally published in Huffington Post. Healthy oceans are the life support system for our planet, providing 97% of the Earth’s livable habitat and a home to more than 700,000 species. The oceans are inseparably linked to our...

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