Canadian Senators Group
Fisheries expert, diplomat, and political staffer
- Senator Greene first worked in the diplomatic corps at the Canadian embassy in Washington DC, where he was asked to report on how the United States made its fisheries policy in the aftermath of the 200 mile limit. After taking a hiatus to work in the fisheries industry, he took a job at the Canadian Consulate in Boston, again focusing on fishing and marine issues.
- He provided government relations services to the fishing companies HB Nickerson and Sons (National Sea Product) and Clearwater Fine Foods, who adopted a system of transferable property rights based on his recommendations.