Issue Experts

  • Naomi Ages

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    Naomi Ages is the Climate Liability Project Lead at Greenpeace USA. Her work focuses on establishing legal, political, and financial accountability for climate change, aiming to empower those who are most vulnerable to its impacts.

  • Ivy Schlegel

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    Ivy Schlegel is a research specialist with the Greenpeace USA forests team, focusing on Indonesian palm oil and the markets for forest commodities. Ivy has worked with Greenpeace USA since 2009.

  • Kate Melges

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    Kate Melges is an oceans campaigner based in Seattle. She helps lead Greenpeace’s sustainable seafood campaign. Kate’s focus is pushing U.S. canned tuna brands to provide sustainable and ethically sourced tuna.

  • Tim Donaghy

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    Tim Donaghy is a Senior Research Specialist with Greenpeace USA. He writes frequently about climate change, energy production, and the Arctic.

  • Mary Sweeters

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    Mary Sweeters is a Climate and Energy Campaigner with Greenpeace USA. She works to fight the undue influence of the oil industry in solidarity with communities affected by oil extraction, pollution, and climate change, and to advocate for a just transition to a clean energy economy. She is from Sonoma, California.

  • Rolf Skar

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    Rolf Skar is the forest campaign director at Greenpeace USA. Since 2007, Rolf has contributed to international Greenpeace campaigns to stop deforestation in the Canadian boreal forest, the Paradise forests of Southeast Asia, and the Brazilian Amazon.

  • Monica Embrey

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    Monica Embrey is a Climate and Energy Campaigner for Greenpeace USA, based in Charlotte, North Carolina. She currently leads Greenpeace’s national campaign on Duke Energy, the largest utility in the country, to promote affordable renewable energy in the Southeast.

  • Mark Floegel

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    Mark Floegel is the research director with Greenpeace USA. He has been working on public advocacy issues since 1987. Particular areas of issue expertise include: the effects of chlorinated chemicals on human health and the environment pertaining to pulp and paper mills; toxic waste incinerators; sustainable fisheries and forestry; renewable energy; acid rain, and sustainable agriculture.

  • Kelly Mitchell

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    Kelly Mitchell is the Energy Campaign Director for Greenpeace, based in Chicago. Since 2006, she has worked with activists and organizations across the country to confront corporate polluters and transform U.S. energy policy. She currently leads Greenpeace's campaign for an economy powered by 100 percent renewable energy, pushing some of the largest companies in the world to embrace wind and solar and working alongside communities to develop a just and democratic energy system.

  • John Hocevar

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    A trained marine biologist and an accomplished campaigner, explorer, and marine scientist, John has helped win several major victories for marine conservation since becoming the director of Greenpeace's oceans campaign in 2004.