Together we defend the natural world and work for a green and peaceful future
Protecting forests shouldn’t mean murder. Let’s demand justice for Bruno and Dom.
An Indigenous expert and British journalist went missing in the Amazon in early June. Their deaths mark the latest in a series of attacks against Indigenous communities, their land and allies in Brazil.
Why it’s worth contacting your MP about the environment – even if they don't seem to care
Influencing your MP can feel impossible, but in my years as a political campaigner I’ve seen how public pressure can make a difference.
Why protecting the ocean means protecting people
World Oceans Day isn’t just about the cute animals. When we fail to protect the oceans, we’re failing to protect ourselves.
When concrete starts to bloom: how UK cities are getting greener
From hedgehog highways to uncut lawns, here’s how people across the UK are bringing nature into their neighbourhoods and letting it thrive.
Quiz: Can you spot the greenwashers?
Fancy yourself as a green scam-spotting pro? Try our quiz to find out!
100,000 count their plastic to tackle the plastic crisis
Greenpeace and Everyday Plastic supporters just made history by taking part in The Big Plastic Count - the biggest ever investigation into plastic waste.
In pictures: 10 inspiring ideas for greener ways of living
From experimental technology to simple practices, people around the world are thinking creatively about how we can live better with nature. Here are some of the clever things they’ve come up with.
Feeling climate anxiety? Here are five reasons for hope
If you ever find yourself feeling overwhelmed by the climate crisis, here’s a handy tip. Focus on the little victories and the small steps forward – like these recent reasons for celebration.
Satellites reveal widespread burning on England’s protected peatlands, despite government ban
Investigation reveals evidence of more than 250 fires over six months. Dozens may have been illegal under new rules. From Unearthed, Greenpeace's investigative journalism project.
What does the government's new windfall tax mean for the climate?
The hotly-anticipated and much needed package ended up being yet another short-sighted sticking plaster for fuel poverty, and a catastrophe for the climate.
Greenpeace is a movement made up of people like you. Find out all the things that people can do to help the planet.BE PART OF IT