As a Toxics Campaigner, John works with lawmakers, coalition partners, activists, and the media in Greenpeace's efforts to protect vulnerable communities from dangerous chemical facilities.
What would you do if 60,000 people asked you to do something? I bet you would sit up and take notice. Yesterday, in a meeting with White House ...On July 27, 2012 / By John Deans
Dear Friends, Thanks to all 46,000 of you who signed the petition to President Obama urging him to prevent chemical plant disasters like Bhopal. EPA administrator, Lisa Jackson, ...On June 20, 2012 / By John Deans
This country is littered with chemical plants and you’re likely close enough to one that stores or uses deadly chemicals, like chlorine gas, to be at risk of ...On February 29, 2012 / By John Deans
This week Brave New Films released a short documentary exposing the impact just one Koch Industries operated Georgia Pacific plant in Crossett, Arkansas is having on the local ...On October 12, 2011 / By John Deans
Monday morning arrived with a scare in Waxahachie, Texas this week. The Magnablend Chemical Central Facility suffered a fire that raged out of control, consuming most of their ...On October 7, 2011 / By John Deans
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