I have been working for Greenpeace India for 14 years, and in that time I've been involved in dozens of campaigns to protect India's environment and the rights of people. You can find many of those campaign stories on our histories page.
The government wants to weaken plans to protect national parks, like the South Downs, from fracking
With public support for fracking at an all time low, you could be forgiven for think that the government might start to reconsider its plan to force drilling on towns and communities across the country. But no. Because just last week, a small committee MPs rubber-stamped regulations that will weaken the level of protection given to special areas of the English countryside from the impacts of fracking.
Which ocean creature sends a shiver down your spine?
If you go down in the deep today, you might get a big
surprise. At Hallowe’en the usual ghosts, ghouls and monsters are all-too-familiar.
But if you want a real fright, you really need to see what’s lurking in the
So, prepare yourself as we introduce you to seven of the spookiest, kookiest and most sinister
denizens of the deadly deep, deep sea.
When I was young my friends and I would visit our local river, just a short walk from our small town in Pangkalan Kerinci, upstream of Riau's peatland coast in Sumatra. On days when we needed to cool down from the heat, we would spend hours swimming and getting lost in the shade of the trees, chasing birds and sleeping.
John West promised its customers that all of its tuna would come from sustainable fishing methods in 2016. But their bosses are breaking that promise, infact they’ve managed a measly 2%.
Destructive tuna fishing by companies like John West are putting ever more pressure on tuna populations, and damaging all kinds of marine animals - including endangered species - which are needlessly killed in the hunt for the tuna we eat.
There was a time when it was rare to see solar power on rooftops here in the UK. Our cloudy skies and the high cost of panels meant the technology was out of reach in all but the sunniest parts of the country.
But over the last decade, things have changed dramatically.