My friend Rex Weyler is an environmental activist, journalist, and author. He is best known as one of the co-founders of Greenpeace, a global environmental organization. Weyler was actively involved in the early years of Greenpeace and played a significant role in shaping its campaigns and strategies.
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Born on August 10, 1947, in Denver, Colorado, Weyler grew up in Canada and became involved in activism during the 1960s. He joined a group called the Don’t Make a Wave Committee, which was formed to oppose nuclear weapons testing in Alaska. This group later evolved into Greenpeace.
As a member of Greenpeace, Weyler participated in numerous campaigns and actions to raise awareness about environmental issues. He was part of the iconic anti-whaling campaign in the 1970s, which aimed to stop the hunting of whales and protect marine life. Weyler also played a role in highlighting other environmental concerns such as pollution, deforestation, and climate change.
After leaving Greenpeace in the late 1970s, Weyler continued his activism and focused on writing and journalism. He has written several books on environmental topics, including “Greenpeace: The Inside Story” and “Blood of the Land: The Government and Corporate War Against First Nations.” Weyler remains an influential figure in the environmental movement, advocating for sustainability and social justice.
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