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The Greenpeace Roadshow Archives: The Quit Coal Campaign

About this Roadshow Webinar
Across the country, Greenpeace is working with local grassroots organizations to help shut down coal-fired power plants that are impacting the health and well-being of communities and the environment. 

On Tuesday, November 13, 2012, Greenpeace Coal Campaigners Gabe Wisniewski and Kelly Mitchell led a thought-provoking interactive discussion about the coal industry, the need for a clean energy future and the work that Greenpeace is doing to help communities in the U.S. Quit Coal.

You can also watch an excerpt of Greenpeace’s Kelly Mitchell talking about the environmental threat posed by coal exports on The War Room with Jennifer Granholm.

About our Campaigners
Gabe Wisniewski started with Greenpeace in 2006 as part of the initial team that launched Project Hotseat, Greenpeace’s field campaign pressuring candidates for Congress to adopt progressive positions on climate policy.  Prior to his current role as Coal Campaign Director, he helped develop and implement Greenpeace’s climate campaign as a campaigner. As Coal Campaign Director, he is heading up Greenpeace’s efforts to shut down 150 of America’s dirtiest coal-fired power plants in the coming years.

Kelly Mitchell is a Coal Campaigner for Greenpeace, based in Chicago. Since 2006, she has worked with citizen activists and organizations across the country to confront corporate polluters and transform US energy policy. She currently leads Greenpeace’s campaigns to stop coal export terminals in the Pacific Northwest and shut down the remainder of Edison International’s aging Midwestern coal fleet.


Online webinars will be held on the second Tuesday of every month. New sessions will be posted to The Greenpeace Roadshow webpage as they are announced.