Phil worked as a commercial fisherman for more than 29 years before joining Greenpeace as a Senior Oceans Campaigner in 2007. He has been quoted in the USA Today, The New York Times and Newsweek among others.
138,500 whales and dolphins will be injured and possibly killed It was only a couple months ago that Greenpeace celebrated a big victory on the West Coast when ...On May 6, 2013 / By Phil Kline
Whale lovers it’s time to CELEBRATE and thank the California Coastal Commission (CCC) for protecting whales, dolphins, sea otters and a long list of other marine wildlife from ...On November 16, 2012 / By Phil Kline
I’ve been around fisheries in one way or another for more than 40 years now and would never have guessed that Senegal would set a world precedent in ...On October 16, 2012 / By Phil Kline
Last year, we told you about the push to reform the management of a small, but critical fish, the menhaden. We spoke on behalf of the menhaden at ...On July 25, 2012 / By Phil Kline
During the first week of July, the International Whaling Commission (IWC) is set to meet in Panama. At the IWC meeting last year, a measure was passed that ...On June 8, 2012 / By Phil Kline
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