Connor Gibson is an investigative researcher for the radical environmentalist group Greenpeace. Gibson is also the co-founder of UnKoch My Campus, a far-left attack group critical of libertarian entrepreneur and philanthropist Charles Koch and his late brother David.  He is a senior contributor to Koch Docs, an opposition research website targeting Koch co-published by Greenpeace and the Center for Media and Democracy. 
Gibson’s research is primarily focused on the donations made by the Koch family foundations to organizations that oppose radical environmentalist approaches to addressing climate change. 
Connor Gibson joined Greenpeace in 2010 as an investigative researcher focusing on opposition research targeting libertarian entrepreneurs and philanthropists Charles and David Koch.  Gibson began tracking the Koch family foundations’ donations to organizations that supposedly fight against solutions addressing climate change.  Greenpeace has gone as far as to publish over 30 years’ worth of donations from the Koch family foundations to support their claims. 
Gibson is a regular contributor to Greenpeace’s PolluterWatch project, a collection of left-wing opposition research that identifies both individual and corporate “polluters,” which includes any person or entity that opposes left-wing environmentalism. 
Gibson is a senior contributor at Koch Docs, a center-left investigative research website that launched in 2019. A joint project of Greenpeace and the Center for Media and Democracy, Koch Docs compiles documents and analysis of the political influence and groups associated with Charles Koch. 
UnKoch My Campus has launched campaigns at a handful of universities, including Ball State. Despite the claims made by UnKoch My Campus, the Ball State’s agreement with the Charles Koch Foundation, after receiving a $3.25 million donation, has checks and balances in place, leaving it at the discretion of the school to hire professors and select the learning material for coursework.