Challenging Procter & Gamble's sourcing of palm oil has been one of our recent successes, but there's always room for improvement
UPDATE 8pm,Tuesday 24 June
Thank you to everyone who has commented not only below but in the various places where this story has appeared, including the Guardian and Telegraph. As I wrote last night, I’ve heard a lot of anger and upset.
Posted by Matt Bull — 19 June 2014 at 2:30pm
The thing about being a parent of young children is that going away can be such a wrench. They grow up so fast, that even in a couple of days mean you could miss a key moment in their life. And so it was with our growing field at Glastonbury.
Greenpeace volunteers outside West Sussex County Council earlier in June
Do you live in West Sussex? And are you concerned about how fracking could impact the county and local communities? Then here's a guide to how you can take part in the latest public consultation. Read on for a step by step guide and a few talking points. And importantly please remember to have your comments sent in by 5PM on Friday 20 June, as that's when the consultation closes.
If they thought they had avoided Greenpeace’s scrutiny, they were wrong. For the first time, we are checking what’s in the tuna tins in Aldi, Lidl, Ocado, Iceland, Budgens and Booths. They join a growing list of supermarkets we’ve surveyed about the tuna they use in their tins, and how it’s caught.
The timber merchant Jewson - the only high street store where you can buy Amazon timber - has agreed to put all sales on hold while it investigates its suppliers. It's a good start - but we need to keep up the pressure.
Priya Pillai and 400 fellow villagers demand release of Bechanlal
They call this part of northern India the Badlands because it's renowned for its lawlessness. It certainly feels like the wild west and instead of the gold rush, it's a coal rush with companies like British-listed Essar making this area feel like a new frontier.
MY Arctic Sunrise is making her way through ice in the fjord of Scoresbysund as part of her tour of Greenland in 2005
I'm so happy to hear that the Arctic Sunrise is finally released by Russian
authorities after months in custody! That's great news, but she should never have been detained in the first place as she
was in international waters during a peaceful protest against Arctic oil drilling when she was seized. Some of my favourite photos of the ship show her in remote locations in harsh conditions.