John Sauven steps down as head of Greenpeace UK

James Murray
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John Sauven labels a SUV on the Range Rover production line as 'Climate Crime Scene'. © Kate Davison / Greenpeace
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John Sauven labels a SUV on the Range Rover production line as 'Climate Crime Scene'. © Kate Davison / Greenpeace

Greenpeace UK executive director to step down after 14 years at the helm of the campaign group

Greenpeace UK has today announced that executive director John Sauven is to step down at the end of this month after 14 years leading the campaign group. He is to be replaced by as interim executive...

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