Together we defend the natural world and stand for a green and peaceful future
What really happens to your plastic recycling?
Why your old yogurt pots are being set on fire in Turkey – and what it tells us about how to solve the plastic crisis.
Sacrifice zones: the places being destroyed by our toxic system – and how 'geoengineering' could make them worse
Sacrifice zones show how our system values some lives over others.
Does peaceful protest work?
Peaceful protest is a fundamental part of democracy – without it, the world would be a very different place.
What is a dugong? Check out these beautiful drawings of this hard-to-spot ocean creature
Illustrators have been drawing dugongs for Greenpeace as part of a global effort to protect their ocean home.
Brazil's Indigenous Peoples have been hit hard by Covid-19. Here’s how Greenpeace is helping
Greenpeace is helping to deliver equipment and medical supplies – including oxygen to Indigenous communities – in an effort to save lives.
The oil and gas industry is failing its offshore workers. It’s time to give them a way out
The government's new wave of oil and gas licences keeps us tied to a declining industry. Offshore workers deserve better.
Cold weather and climate change explained
The polar vortex isn’t something out of science fiction – it explains why we sometimes get freezing cold weather from climate change.
What water means around the world – and how communities are fighting for it
All across the world, clean water is becoming increasingly scarce. Here’s how people are fighting for our most precious resource.
Why we need a 'just transition' away from fossil fuels
How do we tackle the climate crisis without harming workers in polluting industries? The answer is a ‘just transition’, that transforms the economy in a way that’s fair to everyone.
People are selling stolen Amazon land on Facebook Marketplace
Brazil’s government has been making it easier for land grabbers to steal and burn protected Amazon land reserved for Indigenous People. Now, it’s for sale on Facebook Marketplace – and Facebook are refusing to take the ads down.
Government finally intervenes in plan for Cumbria coal mine after climate backlash
People power works! In a dramatic twist of events the government has announced it will take over the decision on a new climate-wrecking coal mine in Cumbria.
What is the Paris Climate Agreement - and why does it matter?
Everything you need to know about the world's most important climate change treaty.
I was terrified of sharks... until I dived with them
I'll never forget my first time diving with sharks. Time seems to stand still when you’re in the presence of these magnificent animals. Many people are scared of sharks, but should they be more afraid of us?
Greenpeace blocks destructive fishing off the coast of Brighton
New 55 square-mile 'boulder barrier' will stop industrial bottom trawlers damaging an important ocean habitat, and expose the government’s failure to look after so-called Marine Protected Areas all around the UK.
Our transport system treats disabled people as an inconvenience. Here’s what needs to change
By improving public transport, we can help both the environment and people with disabilities
4 Covid-safe ways to volunteer with Greenpeace
You can still be a Greenpeace activist in 2021. Here’s how to volunteer and stay Covid-safe.
Watch: 'The hat that saved the world' - an ocean adventure read by Drag Queen Story Hour UK
Aida H Dee The Storytime Drag Queen reads 'The Hat that Saved the World' - an environmental story for young children.
Single-use face masks are hurting wildlife – here’s what you can do about it
Ditch the disposables for a reusable mask, and discard disposables with care – because they are polluting waterways and trapping wildlife.
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