Greenpeace Co-founder talks biotech, nuclear and climate

Published: February 8, 2011

Why do they hate science, and why are they so miserable? By Andrew Orlowski ( Posted in Environment, 8th February 2011 14:52 GMT Interview Canadian environmentalist Patrick Moore describes himself as a treehugger. As a co-founder of Greenpeace, who was on board the Rainbow Warrior when it was blown up, Read more

Prescription disposal program is unneeded

Published: January 4, 2011

By: Patrick Moore Tuesday, January 4, 2011 Page A10 San Francisco’s city leaders are poised to pass an ordinance today requiring name-brand drug manufacturers to pay for collection and disposal of unused prescription medicines to curb prescription misuse and environmental impacts. Supervisor Ross Mirkarimi’s proposed “take-back program” would allow residents Read more

Greenpeace co-founder commends Asia Pulp & Paper

Published: November 17, 2010

Greenpeace Co-Founder and Former Leader Commends Asia Pulp & Paper’s Commitment to Sustainability, Social Programs and the Environment November 17, 2010 Greenspirit Strategies, the global environmental and sustainability consulting organization led by the co-founder and former leader of Greenpeace, released today its assessment of Asia Pulp & Paper (APP) following Read more

Energize S.C. job creation

Published: June 18, 2010

By Dr. PATRICK MOORE Friday, June 18, 2010 Business and policy leaders in the U.S. and South Carolina have the chance to generate substantial, long-term economic benefits, protect the environment, and address long-term energy needs, all by supporting innovation and expansion of clean energy industries. One such clean energy source Read more

Energy innovation: An economical path forward

Published: May 12, 2010

By Christine Todd Whitman and Patrick Moore – 05/12/10 09:45 AM ET This country is at an economic and environmental crossroads and needs to chart a more sustainable path forward. Innovation in the energy sector has the potential to be a critical economic driver and opportunity. America’s business and policy Read more

Good Nuclear In, Bad Nuclear Out

Published: April 21, 2010

Patrick Moore Co-Founder of Greenpeace Posted: April 21, 2010 03:53 PM Good Nuclear In, Bad Nuclear Out — Cause for Celebration on 40th Earth Day This Earth Day, which celebrates the 40th year of its founding, is special for another reason beyond its anniversary date. On the topic of nuclear, Read more

Olympics defeat faulty science

Published: April 16, 2010

By Patrick Moore | Greenspirit Strategies Ltd. Posted April 16, 2010 Vancouver’s Winter Olympic Games were a success on a number of levels — athletically, culturally — and environmentally too. While I’ll admit to a bit of bias (Vancouver is my hometown and the men’s hockey game kept me on Read more

National view: Maximize health, minimize risk

Published: March 22, 2010

How do you maximize human health while minimizing risk? It’s a question I’ve been working on within the context of the environment for almost 40 years, since I co-founded the environmental group Greenpeace. By: Patrick Moore Published March 22 2010 The answer lies in taking a hard look at data Read more

Lift your ban, Minnesota

Published: March 3, 2010

By Patrick Moore Updated: 03/03/2010 In his State of the Union address, President Barack Obama said that creating new jobs must be the nation’s top priority. He then expressed his support for building a new generation of clean and safe nuclear energy plants that would create thousands of high-paying jobs Read more