Humble beginnings of Greenpeace
Patrick Moore, Ph.D., one of the founders of Greenpeace who dropped out of the organization 15 years later—unwilling to support the organization’s radical agenda—talks about how the group gelled to protest the last U.S. H-bomb test. He spoke at a Novozymes BioAg media event in Sacramento, Calif., in a dark restaurant.
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