Stop climate change

Last edited 15 April 2016 at 11:48am

Climate change isn't inevitable. We have the knowledge, skills and technologies to get ourselves out of this difficult situation. All over the world people have woken up to the threat, and are working to reduce the use of fossil fuels, stop rainforest destruction and get power from clean energy. Still much more needs to be done.

Campaign updates

An open letter to the Heathrow 13 from Emma Thompson and Alastair McGowan

Dear Heathrow 13,As long-standing opponents of a third runway at Heathrow, we want to express our support and solidarity to you all. Recently, hardly a...
Posted by alice.hunter - 24 February, 2016 - 09:48

The 6 Most Kick-Arse Moments of #Frackminster

This week hasn't been a normal one at Westminster. On Tuesday, 30 Greenpeace volunteers built a blooming huge fracking rig right on David Cameron's doorstep....
Posted by India Thorogood - 10 February, 2016 - 22:54
Tina Rothery

Why I’m joining Greenpeace’s fracking protest outside Westminster today

As you read this, I’m stood outside Westminster Palace in London – the home of Parliament and the birthplace of democracy in the UK. In the early hours of this...
Posted by Tina Rothery - 9 February, 2016 - 11:28

Join us in Lancashire for a rally to say NO to fracking

Last year our movement to stop fracking won a huge victory when Lancashire council voted against Cuadrilla’s bid to drill for shale gas. But now ministers in...
Posted by Richard Casson - 2 February, 2016 - 15:31

Where Does Greenpeace Stand on Seal Hunting?

Late last year, I was interviewed about Greenpeace’s position on seal hunting by the American news channel MSNBC. I think it’s important to clarify where we...
Posted by Jon Burgwald - 22 January, 2016 - 11:19

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