Larry Edwards is a long-time Greenpeace forest campaigner, based in Sitka, Alaska where he has lived since 1976.
Greenpeace and four allied organizations sued the US Forest Service on August 26 to stop its Big Thorne logging project. Located on Prince of Wales Island, in Alaska. ...On September 3, 2014 / By Larry Edwards
Information we filed with the U.S. Forest Service in August has resulted in a decision by the agency last week to halt its largest logging project in 20 ...On October 7, 2013 / By Larry Edwards
This summer the US Forest Service approved the largest logging project in two decades on the Tongass National Forest, in Alaska’s coastal rainforest. Greenpeace, along with four other ...On September 4, 2013 / By Larry Edwards
Update: As a result of the settlement of our litigation, EPA has adopted new regulations that provide some new controls of kraft pulp mill air emissions. Notice of ...On September 28, 2012 / By Larry Edwards
Fueling a BioMess is a new Greenpeace report that exposes the myopic stampede of western governments into fueling electric power plants and heat plants with forest biomass, as ...On November 7, 2011 / By Larry Edwards
This begins the backstory to our big victory last week in the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, over four Forest Service logging projects in our largest national forest ...On August 8, 2011 / By Larry Edwards
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