We have volunteer groups all over the UK and around the world who support Greenpeace by campaigning locally on national and global issues; organising fundraising events, meeting with their MPs, conducting product surveys or spreading our message on social media. You don't need special skills to get involved, just enthusiasm. Join a local Greenpeace group now

If there is no local group near you, there are other ways you can get involved.

Current campaigns

Save the Arctic

As the sea ice retreats due to climate change, fishing fleets are moving in to previously ice-protected waters, threatening to destroy an ecosystem we have yet to discover. Across the UK local groups are campaigning to raise awareness about this. Why not join them?

Not Just Tuna

Local groups across the UK are campaigning to get the worst tinned tuna brands to clean up their destructive fishing practices. Why not join them? Find an event near you.

Featured Greenwire content

Greenwire goes mobile-friendly!

We have just launched a mobile and tablet-friendly version of Greenwire, with content adapted for all screen sizes, which will make it much easier to stay connected on the go. So what are you waiting for? Get involved now!

Ode to Aurora

One of our activists, Hannah, wrote this lovely poem while locked on to Aurora, our giant polar bear puppet, outside Shell's offices in London earlier this year. Since then, Shell have withdrawn their plans to drill for Arctic oil.

How to make a tuna sign (when you have no art skills!)

Grab more attention when campaigning by making your own signs and props. Volunteers from our Southwark group show you how.

How to help win campaigns

Martin's journey as a volunteer for Greenpeace has been long and varied. Find out what it's like to be an active supporter.

How to Change the World

How to Change the World is a film about the early days of Greenpeace. Inspired by this, Jess from SW London tells us how we can all help to change the world.

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