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Amazon fires: why is the Amazon burning, and what's the UK got to do with it?
As Amazon deforestation reaches a 12-year high, it's important to understand that this destruction is no accident – the rainforest is being deliberately burned for profit.
Meet the Indigenous community that’s fighting deforestation – and winning
Through high-tech forest monitoring and persistent legal action against invasions, the Karipuna Indigenous People are beginning to win the fight against deforestation in their Amazon lands. Here’s their remarkable story.
The 2030 ban on new petrol and diesel cars, explained
The UK government announced it will ban sales of new petrol and diesel cars and vans by 2030 — a full decade earlier than planned. It’s a major win for the climate, and a chance to reimagine our traffic-jammed streets.
4 world cultures and religions that embrace plant-based eating
Food lovers everywhere can learn from these plant-based culinary traditions.
The UK’s fast fashion habit is getting worse – and it’s destroying the planet
The UK’s addiction to disposable clothes is putting pressure on our planet – and abusing the workers that make them. Luckily, the antidote is simple: ethical, sustainable fashion (and a lot less of it).
The Pantanal: the most beautiful place you've never heard of
Bustling wildlife, ferocious fires, and 'flying rivers' - what South America's giant wetland can teach us about the future of the planet.
The shocking violence and suffering behind the global meat industry
The global meat industry is not only disastrous for the planet’s climate, it’s a human rights calamity. It doesn’t have to be like this.
'There's a monster in my kitchen' - the true story behind the film
A jaguar’s forest home is being burned to grow animal feed for the meat industry. If we don't act, more precious habitats will be destroyed, Indigenous Peoples could lose their homes, and we’ll lose the fight against climate change.
Industrial fishing trawlers are bulldozing important artefacts of Black history on the ocean floor
Greenpeace UK has been taking action against industrial fishing ships trawling in so-called Marine Protected Areas. New evidence has emerged that trawlers have been bulldozing the wreck of the world's oldest slave ship.
We asked offshore oil and gas workers about life in a declining industry – and their hopes for the future
Times are hard for offshore oil and gas workers, and many are looking for a way out of the industry. We asked them about working conditions, windfarms, and their hopes for the future
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