Greenpeace International, Stichting Greenpeace Council

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Greenpeace International, Stichting Greenpeace Council

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Greenpeace is a global environmental organization, consisting of the Greenpeace International (Stichting Greenpeace Council) in Amsterdam, and 40 national and regional offices around the world.

The Board of Directors of Greenpeace International (Stichting Greenpeace Council) consists of seven members. Its role is to approve the annual budget of Greenpeace International and to appoint and supervise the Greenpeace International Executive Director. The International Board is also responsible for monitoring the operations and activities of the wider organization, which includes deciding organizational policy, approving the start of new campaigns, the creation of new national offices, ratifying the Greenpeace International Annual General Meeting decisions, granting the right to use the Greenpeace trademark, and determining the voting status of national and regional offices in the Annual General Meeting.

International board members are elected for a three-year period by representatives from the various national/regional offices at the annual general meeting, and may be re-elected for a subsequent term.

Mulhall joined Greenpeace in 1979 and began his involvement with the management of the door-to-door canvas project, and later assumed the position of Administrative Coordinator. In 1985 Mulhall was appointed the Canadian Trustee to Greenpeace International Council, in 1986 he was the appointed the Chairman of the Stichting Greenpeace International Council Annual Meetings. Between 1987 and 1989 Mulhall was the Stichting Greenpeace Council - Director for Europe and Director for North America, Amsterdam, Netherlands; Founder/trustee, Greenpeace France, Paris, France: Director Rainbow Warrior Holdings ltd; Management advisor, Greenpeace Australia, Greenpeace Latin America; Greenpeace Italy, Rome Italy. In 1989 he was appointed to the position of North American Manager, the East - West Environmental Education Project, Washington D.C; Manager, Pollution Prevention Plan for Earth Day, Washington D.C; Co-founder Greenpeace Moscow. Muhall is also Co-Founder and General Director Children of Chernobyl.

Greenpeace. “Greenpeace International.” Greenpeace. http://www.greenpeace.org/international/en/ (accessed June 27, 2012).

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