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Now viewing 1 through 16 of 16 Plastic Pollution Coalition Members found.
  • George McKirdy (Chef) Chef George McKirdy has been part of the New York Restaurant scene for over twenty years. Chef McKirdy opened the flagship Nobu Restaurant and also held the position as executive pastry chef of TriBakery and Zeppole Restaurant. Chef McKirdy joined Chef McKirdy has been the pastry chef at such noted restaurants as Butter NYC, Cafe Boulud, Veritas, and most recently, Blue Fin Restaurant for the BR Guest Restaurant Group. Chef McKirdy has contributed his time and talent to many worthy causes such as Nelson Mandela's historic visit to New York shortly after his release, The Tibet Funds Dinner honoring His Holiness the Dali Lama, Gods Love We Deliver, Share our Strength, and Autism Speaks Out.
  • Get Oil Out (Civil Society; Education) The mission of Get Oil Out! (GOO!) is to protect the Santa Barbara Channel and coastline from all environmental, economic and esthetic encroachments by petroleum development. Also working more generally to end America's dependence on and addiction to oil.
  • Girl Scouts of the USA (Youth; Education) Founded in 1912 and chartered in 1950, Girl Scouts of the USA allows girls to discover the fun, friendship, and power of girls together. Girls at home and abroad participate in troops and groups in more than 92 countries through USA Girl Scouts Overseas, and over 100 local Girl Scout councils offer girls the opportunity for membership across the United States. Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.
  • Global Reef, Canada (Civil Society; Education; Youth) To create explosive, action-packed media properties that highlight the international economic value of ocean conservation, distributed worldwide through broadcast television, big screen, social networks and the web.
  • Danny Glover (Actor, Director, Activist)
  • John Gorman (Strategy Advisors)
  • Wavy Gravy (Actor, Clown)
  • Green An-Hui, China (Civil Society; Education) Action to protect the environment through public environmental education, advocacy and civil society to promote, facilitate Anhui and environmental sustainability.
  • Green Apple Supply Company (Business) By utilizing economies of scale, wholesale purchasing power, and personal product experience, we endeavor to make it easier for anyone to purchase Earth-friendly products.  We are keeping overhead low and this is a non-profit effort.  Products are sold as close to cost as we can, while still keeping the lights on.
  • Green Kids Rock (Youth; Education; Art) A blog written by a young man focusing on environment issues, directed specifically toward education, empowerment, and social change in children and youth.
  • Green My Parents (Youth; Education) GreenMyParents is a revolutionary, nationwide program to help young people teach their peers and parents how to work together to help the economy, earn money at home, and save the planet through simple, everyday actions
  • Green Planet Media, LLC (Business). Mission: To replace plastic bags with our Ads to Nature bags.
  • The Green Prophet (Civil Society; Education)  The leading source of environment news on the Middle East region.
  • Green Sangha (Health; Education; Faith) A collection of informal meeting groups, with a mission to bring healing to ourselves, one another, and the earth through thoughts, words, and actions rooted in love.
  • Green Spa Network (Civil Society) Green Spa Network (GSN) is a tax-exempt, not-for-profit, trade association. Our purpose is to bring sustainable operating practices to the spa industry, and to promote the natural connections between personal wellbeing, economic sustainability, and the health of the planet.
  • Greenpeace, USA (Civil Society; Education; Youth) We take action to protect our oceans and forests, eliminate the use of harmful chemicals and transition to a world powered by clean and unlimited energy sources like the wind and sun.