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The Greenpeace Roadshow: Deep Dive with Phil Kline

PhilKlineAbout this Roadshow Webinar
We invite you to join Greenpeace Oceans Campaigner Phil Kline for a conversation about Greenpeace’s work to establish marine reserves, promote sustainable seafood and protect our last great whales.  This special webinar will be broadcast live from Greenpeace headquarters in Washington, DC.

Tuesday, May 14th
3pm ET / 12pm PT

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About Phil Kline
Phil is a recognized expert on oceans policy domestically and internationally, and has represented Greenpeace U.S. at International Whaling Commission (IWC) meetings and Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission meetings around the globe.

Since the 1970’s, Phil has been an active proponent of fisheries conservation and successfully lobbied in support of sustainable fisheries under the Magnuson Act which is the primary law governing marine fisheries management in United States federal waters and was enacted in 1976. He was also instrumental in the reauthorization of the Magnuson-Stevens Act in both 1996 and 2007.

Phil’s past work includes serving as the Fisheries Program Director with the American Oceans Campaign and as the Senior Fisheries Policy Advisor for Oceana.

He is a founding member of the Pacific Marine Conservation Council and served on its board from 1997 to 2005. He currently serves on the board of directors and as co-chair of the Marine Fish Conservation Network (MFCN), a national coalition comprised of over 200 groups working in collaboration for sustainable fisheries.

About the Greenpeace Roadshow
This webinar is part of The Greenpeace Roadshow, an ongoing series of casual conversations, interactive discussions, and events taking place online and in the neighborhood. Online webinars are normally held on the second Tuesday of every month.