Michael M’Gonigle initiated the successful campaign in 1983 to logging in the Stein River Valley, now a heritage park. As chair of Greenpeace Canada, he launched its national forests campaign. He was a professor in the School of Resource and Environmental Management at SFU and held the eco-research chair in environmental law and policy at UVic.
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