Robert Hunter

Robert Hunter, cofounder and first president of Greenpeace, was named one of the ten eco-heroes of the twentieth century by Time magazine. He is a veteran writer, broadcaster and speaker, and winner of a Governor General’s Award for his book Occupied Canada (1991). He lives in Toronto.

A first-hand account of Greenpeace's first expedition to stop U.S. underwater nuclear testing on September 15, 1971. more »


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