The Amazon: the threat of illegal logging, cattle ranching and soya farming are enough - but now a series of vast hydroelectric dams could flood an area around the Tapajos river, an area bigger than Greater London.
India Thorogood - 30 June, 2016 - 23:40 - Comments
Guest blog by Daniel Steadman of Fauna & Flora International
fiona.nicholls - 27 June, 2016 - 14:22 - Comments
Reacting to the vote to leave the EU, Greenpeace UK executive director John Sauven said: "Many of the laws that make our drinking and bathing water safe, our air cleaner, our fishing industry more sustainable and our climate safer now hang by a thread. But Greenpeace is determined that this country does not go back to year zero on environmental protection.
John Sauven - 24 June, 2016 - 09:21 - Comments
Greenpeace and Glastonbury Festival have had a long, mud-splattered relationship. And this summer we're marking 25 years at the festival. So what can you expect to see if you swing by our field? Here are five highlights to look out for this year.
Richard Casson - 23 June, 2016 - 19:23 - Comments
On Friday morning we will know if our future in the UK will be based on what the late Jo Cox MP described as ‘ the security and stability of Britain’s continued membership of the European Union’ and a place where ‘we are far more united and have far more in common with each other than things that divide us’. Or whether the opposite will be true that we have more that divides us than we have in common.
John Sauven - 22 June, 2016 - 10:20 - Comments