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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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New York
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Travis Nichols
Oceans
Atlanta
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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

 

Photos of a Greenpeace Hero: Captain Peter Willcox wins a Green Oscar!

Blog by Jason Schwartz | June 13, 2014

Greenpeace’s own Captain Peter Willcox just won an Observer Ethical Award, which is known in the United Kingdom as a Green Oscar. The award is meant to honor and publicize the work of ‘extraodinary people…that are bringing about ethical change.”...

How you can act to protect high seas biodiversity

Blog by Jason Schwartz | June 13, 2014

Thousands of people have already retweeted or joined our Thunderclap calling on John Kerry to support a UN agreement to protect high seas biodiversity. We have his attention. What we really need now lots and lots of unique, diverse voices...

Solarize: La demanda para energía solar aumenta en Carolina del Norte y a nivel nacional

Blog by Hanna Mitchell | June 12, 2014

Carolina del Norte es el corazón del territorio de Duke Energy y se ha convertido en el campo de batalla para la revolución de energía solar. Mientras Duke, la compañía de utilidades más grande del país, propiedad de sus inversores, ha intentado...

Solarize: Demand for Solar heats up in NC, Nationally

Blog by Hanna Mitchell | June 12, 2014

North Carolina is the heart of Duke Energy territory. It has also become a hotbed for the solar revolution. While Duke, the largest investor-owned utility in the country, has tried to slow down solar through attacks on net metering, people...

Dear John (Kerry): You gonna commit to high seas biodiversity or what?

Blog by Greenpeace Staff | June 10, 2014

Sunday may have been World Oceans Day, but considering half of all the oxygen we breathe comes from the oceans, we should be thanking our lucky stars for them every day. John Kerry knows how important they are. That’s why he and the US...

Fighting back against Mountaintop removal mining in West Virginia

Blog by Daile Boulis | June 10, 2014

I was catching up on Facebook when I saw a post from a local news station: “DEP Issues Mining Permit for Surface Mining Operation Located Near State Forest.” What really caught my eye was the attached graphic. My house is just to the left of the...

Beloved cartoon whale is dead from eating too much “plistuc’

Blog by Cassady Sharp | June 6, 2014

Greenpeace New Zealand and the creators behind the original Beached AZ Whale  launched a campaign to raise awareness about the risk plastic in the ocean poses to marine life. Plastic currently makes up 80 percent of debris in the ocean. World...

What will be the impact of China’s proposed carbon emissions cap?

Blog by Li Shuo | June 4, 2014

China, the world’s biggest emitter of climate-changing greenhouse gases, may set an absolute cap on its CO2 emissions starting in 2016, according to sources quoted by Reuters. The move comes after a series of coal control measures driven by...

Interview: Greenpeace activist Justin D’Angona on being in Vogue (and other things)

Blog by Jason Schwartz | June 4, 2014

Justin D’Angona is serious Greenpeace. He is the senior city coordinator of Greenpeace USA’s LA Frontline office and was the coordinator of Greenpeace Semester. It seems he’s also seriously cool — enough that Italian Vogue, the premier fashion...

9 things you should know about Pres. Obama’s Clean Power Plan

Blog by Jason Schwartz | June 3, 2014

Crossposted from Grist President Obama and the EPA made history yesterday with their Clean Power Plan, a set of new regulations that will phase out many of America’s coal-fired power plants. Ben Adler over at Grist has a great 9-point rundown of...

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