Blog: Climate

What I told the government about fracking and their unsustainable ‘dash for gas’

Posted by Hannah Martin — 22 September 2016 at 9:38am - Comments
Lancashire not for shale
All rights reserved. Credit: Steve Morgan/Greenpeace

Last week I spoke at an event in Parliament to discuss "Shale Gas and Climate Change."

The event was hosted by the All-Party Parliamentary Climate Change Group (APPCCG) which is a coalition of lots of different people who have an interest in climate change. It’s been running for over 15 years, raising awareness of the threat of climate change and promoting policies to counter it.

Stories from the Front Line: Arnaldo Munduruku and the Munduruku struggle for climate justice

Posted by Martin Vainstein — 8 September 2016 at 10:45am - Comments

Despite facing mega dams, colonialism and more than 500 years of violence and neglect, the Munduruku People have stayed strong and continued fighting for justice. Here’s a brief insight from their General Chief Arnaldo Kaba Munduruku, from his recent visit to the UK to work alongside Greenpeace.

5 manifesto commitments the new government can't forget

Posted by FariahSyed — 9 August 2016 at 5:05pm - Comments
All rights reserved. Credit: Greenpeace

David Cameron may be gone but he still has a legacy - the Conservative Manifesto. It might not sound the most fun, but the pledges that the Conservatives made in the 2015 General Election still govern and guide their policies today, even with Theresa May now in charge.

Here are 5 key pledges the Government made in 2015 that they must remember and deliver on now:<--break-><--break->

4 stories of Indigenous Peoples’ struggle for climate justice

Posted by Martin Vainstein — 8 August 2016 at 3:58pm - Comments

Fracking, racism, powerful mining companies, colonialism, the oil industry – Indigenous People across the world are fighting so many things in the struggle for climate justice.

What if you were murdered simply for speaking up for the planet?

Posted by India Thorogood — 5 July 2016 at 10:28am - Comments

Shocking new research reveals at least 185 environmental activists were murdered fighting for the planet last year. 

Your voice will reach the Arctic

Posted by aksheykalra — 18 June 2016 at 11:57am - Comments

 

The One Thing You Need to Do Today

Posted by India Thorogood — 5 June 2016 at 9:08pm - Comments

Have you registered to vote in the EU referendum? It only takes two minutes (I promise) and all you’ll need is your name, address and date of birth. Click here right now, to make sure you can vote on 23rd June.

In pictures: Every Day Is World Environment Day

Posted by Angela Glienicke — 5 June 2016 at 9:10am - Comments
All rights reserved. Credit: © Markus Mauthe / Greenpeace

Every year on the 5th of June, World Environment Day is celebrated throughout the world, raising awareness and urging people to take positive environmental action to protect nature.

<--break->This collection of our archive images gives you just a glimpse of the beauty and wonders of the world around us, and shows us just how important it is to make every day a World Environment Day. They also document some of the environmental problems around the world.

Sunken Cities are not a thing of the past

Posted by Elena Polisano — 19 May 2016 at 10:09am - Comments
by-nc. Credit: Jiri Rezac / Greenpeace

Right now 14 activists are scaling the British Museum to call on the institution to drop BP’s sponsorship. Here's why they're doing it.

It’s Time for Norway to Show Leadership on Arctic Protection

Posted by Trillia Fidei — 18 May 2016 at 4:57pm - Comments
Colourful postcard addressed to the Norwegian Embassy
All rights reserved. Credit: Angela Glienicke / Greenpeace
Postcard calling for Norway to protect the Arctic

Over the past few months, more than 3,000 people all around the country signed handwritten postcards addressed to Her Excellency Ms Mona Juul, the Norwegian Ambassador to the UK.

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