Philip Radford

Philip Radford is the executive director of Greenpeace USA.

Big Coal and Oil Play Dirty but EPA Mercury Ruling Proves We’d Rather Keep It Clean

Starting today, we can begin to breathe, eat, and drink a bit easier. The EPA begins enforcement of the Mercury and Air Toxics standard, a …

21st Century Activism: Why big business doesn’t always have to be the bad guy

Today is a great day for the future of the IT sector.   Over the past few years, we’ve campaigned hard against Facebook to get …

Hasbro Turns Over a New Leaf, Steps Up For Rainforests

One of the world’s biggest toy makers is no longer playing around when it comes to deforestation. In June, Greenpeace research showed that many popular …

Obama's Job: Protect Us from Pollution [video]

While Obama’s jobs speech is being framed as a turning point for his tenure as President, there is another job I would respectively suggest he …

Corporate Polluters Need Not Worry, Obama's Doing their Dirty Work

Corporate polluters don't have to worry about dismantling the<a href=”http://www.epa.gov/air/caa/”&gt; <em>Clean Air Act</em>,</a> it appears that President Obama is doing it for them. <p>As Americans …

Shining light on Obama’s tar sands pipeline decision

This week, President Obama will find hundreds more people in front of the White House – us included – willing to go to jail for …

Koch Industries lobbying puts over 100 million Americans in danger

Recent Greenpeace analysis of lobbying disclosure records reveals that since 2005, Koch Industries has hired more lobbyists than Dow and Dupont to fight legislation that …

Germany Sets the Bar for a Green Energy Future

Today is a historic day in Germany and for green energy world wide. The German Parliament has made a precedent setting move – not only …

'Natural' gas fails the sniff test

Top decisionmakers in Washington seem to have forgotten that “natural” gas is a fossil fuel, with some of the same damning negatives as coal and …