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One of the world’s biggest oil companies has promised to produce much less oil. Here’s what you need to know.
BP’s new plan could be a real breakthrough in the fight against the climate crisis. This isn’t the end of the story, but it might be the start of a new chapter.
7 reasons why meat is bad for the environment
From climate change to forest fires to human rights abuses, the global industrial meat industry leaves a trail of destruction all over the world.
Why is the Amazon on fire?
The Amazon Rainforest is burning again, and these fires are no accident - the forest is being deliberately burned for profit. Here’s how UK and European food supply chains worsen the devastation, and what must change.
‘They’ve got guns!’: how the soya industry is linked to violence and intimidation
In May 2019, men with guns terrorised a village on the edge of a vast soya farming estate in Brazil. This first hand account reveals how the ever increasing demand for meat and dairy is leading to violence against communities.
For Brazil’s Indigenous Peoples, protecting nature is a matter of life and death
Indigenous Peoples are on the frontlines of the climate crisis – and are some of the best defenders against it. But they are threatened with violence and racism. Their lands are destroyed by industry and they are killed with alarming regularity across the world – particularly in Brazil.
Overwhelming support for Greenpeace following court case fine
The support Greenpeace has received since being fined £80,000 for attempting to stop BP drilling for new oil has been staggering. Here’s a message of thanks from John Sauven, our Executive Director, and Meena Rajput, one of the activists
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