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This illustration of a Vaquita Marina, provided by Greenpeace, shows an image of the highly endangered sea mammal swimming in the sea. Mexico’s president, its richest man and actor Leonardo DiCaprio have signed an agreement that aims to protect marine ecosystems in the upper Gulf of California where the vaquita porpoise is critically endangered. (Greenpeace via AP)

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National Edition News cover for September 4, 2014 - Embarrassment for Greenpeace: HOLDING PATTERN: Pascal Husting, international program director for Greenpeace, is at the center of a scandal over commutes using a carbon-emitting airliner. Staff members say his special treatment undermines their message. (Associated Press)

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Environmental activists from Greenpeace demonstrate by holding images of landmarks in the water during the U.N. Climate Change Conference in Cancun, Mexico in 2010. Pascal Husting's weekly commute prompted a chorus of derision from Greenpeace opponents after "Flygate" was revealed in Dutch media this summer. It also has aroused the anger of members and donors. (Associated Press)

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Cooperation: Greenpeace International Executive Director Kumi Naidoo exempted Mr. Husting from an in-house travel rule and has been asked to "reflect" on his own job.