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.
By Phil Radford & Mark Ruffalo Originally posted to CNN Even the heads of fossil fuel companies read the polls.They know the majority of Americans see global warming as ...On April 29, 2013 / By Phil Radford
Originally posted on Huffington Post Corporations want to work in secret. It’s what they do, and why they have lawyers. In secret, they can spill, clearcut, burn, and otherwise ...On April 12, 2013 / By Phil Radford
Despite the potentially devastating environmental risks, Shell’s Arctic Drilling program has had President Obama’s blessing since the President took office. The President has given Shell major leeway to ...On March 14, 2013 / By Phil Radford
Nobody takes going getting arrested lightly, but when you’ve tried everything else, and the people with power have refused to listen or are dragging their feet, sometimes the ...On January 23, 2013 / By Phil Radford
This Saturday in San Francisco, friends and family of Becky Tarbotton, the Executive Director of the Rainforest Action Network, will come together to celebrate her life and mourn ...On January 23, 2013 / By Phil Radford
Americans went into the voting booth yesterday with horrific images of the fallout from Superstorm Sandy fresh in their minds. Pictures of homes ripped from their moorings, stories of children ...On November 7, 2012 / By Phil Radford
When President Obama was elected four years ago, his challenge was to stop us from going into financial freefall – now his challenge is even greater: to stop ...On November 7, 2012 / 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.