Founder Writes Definitive Book on Greenpeace

Feature story - October 5, 2004
A new book, Greenpeace: How a Group of Ecologists, Journalists and Visionaries Changed the World is the definitive record of an extraordinary journey, indelibly portrayed by someone who helped make it happen--Pulitzer Prize nominee, and Greenpeace co-founder Rex Weyler.

Cover of the book 'Greenpeace' by Rex Weyler.

Greenpeace is a gripping story; a snapshot of the mid-20th-century zeitgeist; a fascinating study of media manipulation; an uncompromising look at the sometimes brutal internal struggles of activist organizations; and above all, an inspiring call-to-arms that deepens our understanding of what it means to be politically engaged.

Reactions to the Book

"A fascinating and intimate history. Read it and recognize how much our society owes Greenpeace"

-- Zac Goldsmith, Editor, The Ecologist

"Shows the enormous power of speaking truth with courage and imagination."

-- Bonnie Raitt, 8-time Grammy winner

"A remarkable book, fast moving, colourful, and emotionally engaging. One could have hardly found a better skilled and more evenhanded chronicler of these extraordinary events. Weyler is a great storyteller. And these are great stories."

-- Peter Tabuns, former Executive Director,

Greenpeace Canada

Find Out More and Buy the Book

Not a single tree fell for this book! It is printed on 100% recycled paper, a major leap forward in book publishing.

Visit: www.rexweyler.com for Greenpeace facts, photojournalist gallery and to purchase a copy.

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