Shane Moffatt leads Greenpeace Canada’s nature and food campaign, whose purpose is to maintain life on Earth in all its diversity. He has been working in environmental justice and human rights advocacy for over 15 years and has been with Greenpeace Canada for a decade in a variety of positions. An Irish-Canadian, his family has been connected to Canada for several generations, beginning in the 1940s. He is a frequent commentator in the media and holds a law degree from University College Dublin and a masters in law from the University of Toronto, both with a focus on the environment, rights and corporate accountability. As a settler on Indigenous lands, Shane recognises that the work to build a more ecological and just society starts with reconciliation and decolonisation.