By: Pete Wilkinson and Julia Schofield
142 pages, 8 col plates, b/w photos
One-time director of Greenpeace, Wilkinson was one of the key organisers of the organisation's early campaigns, against seal culling, whaling, and nuclear dumping at sea. His skilful manipulation of the press vaulted Greenpeace, and environmental issues, into the limelight, yet he was to leave the organisation feeling betrayed and bitter. This is his account of the origins and history of Greenpeace, its internal politics, and the planning, cost and execution of the campaigns. It also reveals the authors gradual shift to a more collaborative ideal, from his early revolutionary, and individualistic, zeal.
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