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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
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Arctic
Atlanta
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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

 

   

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The latest updates

 

Tackling deforestation – it’s a dirty job but someone’s gotta do it

Blog by Zul Fahmi | February 5, 2015

Asia Pulp & Paper (APP) had a history of greenwashing – remember its former Rainforest Realities website? When the company launched its zero deforestation pledge in early 2013, there were those who pointed to this history of making big promises...

We’re In A Hole. Let’s Stop Digging: Prevent fracked gas exports in Oregon

Blog by Guest Post | February 4, 2015

This guest blog was written by Lesley Adams of Waterkeeper Alliance in Talent, Oregon The world’s preeminent scientific body on climate change has stated that we have already taken up a huge amount of our global budget for greenhouse gas...

Obama wants to sell stupidly expensive nuclear power to India

Blog by Jim Riccio | February 2, 2015

In today’s Washington Post, Stanford University’s Vivek Wadhwa wrote “Why Obama should stop pushing nuclear energy on India“. Greenpeace wholeheartedly agrees! The future of electricity production in the US around the globe isn’t nuclear; it’s...

In pictures: APRIL’s unhappy anniversary

Blog by Greenpeace Staff | January 30, 2015

It’s been a year since Asia Pacific Resources International Ltd (APRIL) released its latest ‘Sustainable Forest Management Plan’. The pulp & paper company asked critics to believe it was serious about the conservation of Indonesia’s forests and...

The Koch Primary (and what it means for climate)

Blog by Rachel Rye Butler | January 30, 2015

News leaked this week that the Koch brothers’ billionaire network plans to spend nearly $900 million in fossil fuel and other corporate money to try to get their way in the 2016 election– in other words, the Kochs and their cronies are planning...

Gregory Boyce retiring as Peabody CEO – how’d he do?

Blog by Joe Smyth | January 27, 2015

Last week Peabody Energy, the largest private coal mining company in the world, announced that its CEO Gregory Boyce would be stepping down in May, replaced by Glenn Kellow. Boyce leaves behind a record of environmental destruction, injustice to...

Major breakthrough for Ocean Lovers: UN takes landmark step towards high seas...

Blog by Sofia Tsenikli | January 26, 2015

It is time for Ocean Lovers worldwide to celebrate! After years of political foot-dragging, and four hectic days of negotiations at the United Nations, a breakthrough came in the wee hours of Saturday morning, 24 January: governments around the...

Restoring the Golden Rule

Blog by Guest Post | January 23, 2015

Veterans For Peace is working to restore the Golden Rule, the world’s first anti-nuclear peace boat. In 1958, her brave crew of Quakers and pacifists risked their lives and freedom to nonviolently confront nuclear testing on the high seas. By...

Oil-Loving Senate Contributes ‘Significantly’ to Climate Change

Blog by Kyle Ash | January 22, 2015

The US Senate has been debating a bill to bypass the State Department and approve the Keystone tar sands pipeline. The bill, S.1, was the first in the hopper of this new Senate. Knowing S.1 is doomed by a veto from President Obama, yes votes...

My Take on the State of the Union

Blog by Annie Leonard | January 21, 2015

As a lifetime advocate for the planet, I look to the State of the Union address for signals about how the President will act in the coming year. This time, as ever, I listened keenly for good news on how we’ll work together against climate...

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