Mark Floegel

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Mark Floegel is the research director with Greenpeace USA.

A former journalist, he's been working in public interest advocacy for 30 years, with Greenpeace since 1989.  He has worked on issues regarding toxic pollution of air and water, the effects of carcinogenic and mutagenic chemicals on human health, forest preservation, overfishing, climate change, the effects of fossil fuel addiction on western society and resistance to resource wars.  In his current role, Mark helps determine long-range strategic direction for Greenpeace and the execution of Greenpeace campaigns.

He has appeared widely in international, national and local media, including The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN, UK’s Channel 4, The Guardian, Reuters, CBC, Deutsche Welle, and others.

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