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Articles by Philip Radford

Philip Radford is the executive director of Greenpeace USA.

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

    Corporate polluters don't have to worry about dismantling the<a href=””> <em>Clean Air Act</em>,</a> it appears that President Obama is doing it for them. <p>As Americans prepare for the holiday weekend, President Obama has announced that he doesn&rsquo;t plan on enforcing a law that would have prevented 12,000 deaths every year by protecting Americans from ozone […]

  • 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 peacefully protesting the President’s short-sighted decision to approve the Keystone XL pipeline. President Obama’s decision on this enormous fossil fuel project will not be a quiet deal with oil industry […]

  • 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 could protect over 100 million Americans from what national security experts say is a catastrophic risk from the bulk storage of poison gasses at dangerous chemical facilities such as oil […]

  • 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 have they set a plan to phase out all nuclear by 2022, but the Parliament has committed to renewable energy like wind and solar as the replacement. The decision will […]