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August 10, 1997 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Greenpeace plans to cut its U.S. budget by nearly a third and close its 10 regional offices outside Washington next year. The environmental protest group will reduce its U.S. staff from 400 to 65 employees, cut its $29-million budget to $21 million, and focus on only a few issues in this country--primarily global climate change and logging. Founded in 1971 in Vancouver, Canada, Greenpeace is now headquartered in the Netherlands and claims 2.9 million members worldwide.
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August 10, 1997 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Greenpeace plans to cut its U.S. budget by nearly a third and close its 10 regional offices outside Washington next year. The environmental protest group will reduce its U.S. staff from 400 to 65 employees, cut its $29-million budget to $21 million, and focus on only a few issues in this country--primarily global climate change and logging. Founded in 1971 in Vancouver, Canada, Greenpeace is now headquartered in the Netherlands and claims 2.9 million members worldwide.
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August 3, 1985 | LARRY B. STAMMER and JUDY PASTERNAK, Times Staff Writers
Reeling from Gov. George Deukmejian's cuts in the California Coastal Commission's budget and unable to muster enough votes in the Legislature to restore them, a coalition of environmentalists has decided to help finance a public opinion poll in hopes of gaining ammunition to save the embattled agency. The poll, which will attempt to assess Californians' attitudes toward the initiative process, is being put together by the San Francisco-based Center for the Study of Law and Politics.
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August 3, 1985 | LARRY B. STAMMER and JUDY PASTERNAK, Times Staff Writers
Reeling from Gov. George Deukmejian's cuts in the California Coastal Commission's budget and unable to muster enough votes in the Legislature to restore them, a coalition of environmentalists has decided to help finance a public opinion poll in hopes of gaining ammunition to save the embattled agency. The poll, which will attempt to assess Californians' attitudes toward the initiative process, is being put together by the San Francisco-based Center for the Study of Law and Politics.
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