As the Executive Director of Greenpeace, Phil Radford is at the helm of one of the largest and most influential environmental organizations in the country. Phil leads a national team of 500 highly-skilled environmental leaders working in 23 cities across the U.S. on national and global campaigns to protect our planet’s oceans, forests, and climate.
Fifty years ago this week, more than 250,000 people from all over the country converged on Washington to march for justice. Martin Luther King’s ‘I have a Dream’ ...On August 21, 2013 / By Phil Radford
Originally posted to Grist People from across the spectrum have been working for years against the Keystone XL pipeline because we thought it would lock us into decades more of ...On August 8, 2013 / By Phil Radford
Originally posted to Huffington Post Yesterday, President Obama issued an Executive Order mandating that the Environmental Protection Agency and the departments of Labor and Homeland Security to develop plans for ...On August 6, 2013 / By Phil Radford
Originally posted to Huffington Post This week, the Senate will decide whether they will end Congressional gridlock with a simple majority, or if they will continue to allow ...On July 15, 2013 / By Phil Radford
Originally posted to Huffington Post Today, in his speech at Georgetown University, President Obama challenged us to answer the essential question for every future energy policy decision we face – ...On June 25, 2013 / By Phil Radford
Originally posted to Huffington Post This afternoon at Georgetown University, President Obama plans to announce a series of “steady, responsible steps” to tackle climate change. It appears that the President ...On June 25, 2013 / By Phil Radford
Originally posted to Huffington Post The Bering Sea is known to scientists and conservationists as one of the most remarkable places on Earth — a home to sponges, ...On June 12, 2013 / By Phil Radford
Robust democracy is essential for ecological health; democracy is guaranteed by rights afforded to individuals and groups in civil society. Greenpeace applauds President Obama for demanding accountability up ...On May 16, 2013 / By Phil Radford
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Greenpeace activists will be going on trial to fight felony charges for a protest at the P&G headquarters in Cincinnati.