Together we defend the natural world and work for a green and peaceful future
Greenpeace’s volunteer firefighters on the frontlines of climate change in Russia and Indonesia
Greenpeace is an organisation that takes action – and gets results. Nowhere is this more clear than in the work of its volunteer firefighters. Learn more about this incredible corner of Greenpeace and how you can help fund this work.
Meet six incredible Black trailblazers working in green jobs
This Black History Month, we’re telling the stories of Black people across the UK working in a variety of green jobs.
WATCH: Is climate change racist?
Climate change can't be racist...can it?
Surge in peatland fires in UK national parks just weeks before climate summit
New footage from Unearthed shows peatland on fire with over 100 fires reported on England’s peatland in just four days, despite UK hosting major climate summit in three weeks.
'No fish, no future' - why we sailed up the Thames with a fleet of fishing boats
Greenpeace is uniting with local fishermen to bring an emergency message right to the government’s doorstep.
WATCH: Tesco’s burning secret
Tesco is fanning the flames of the forest fires raging across Brazil. The UK supermarket buys meat from companies owned by Amazon rainforest destroyers, and sells chicken and pork fed on soya from deforested land elsewhere in Brazil. Here’s what you need to know – and what you can do to help stop them.
Celebrating Greenpeace’s 50 years of victories
When governments and companies threaten the natural world – Greenpeace supporters are there to confront them, and have been for 50 years.
Greenpeace’s greatest hits: 50 years of working with music’s biggest icons
Greenpeace UK plays the hits! From Joni Mitchell in 1970 to an online festival featuring Arlo Parks in 2020, and many more in between.
Everything you need to know about the COP26 climate conference in Glasgow
As climate change continues to worsen with more and more heatwaves, fires and floods, what are world leaders looking to achieve at the COP26 in November this year?
Indigenous Peoples are fighting for their rights in Brazil’s capital. Here’s why a win for them is a win for all of us
6,000 Indigenous leaders have gathered in the Brazilian capital of Brasília this week to fight for their lands and lives. Here’s what’s going on, and how you can help at home in the UK.
Rigged: a workers' story
What happens to oil workers when oil prices crash? This film tells the story of the communities most in need of a just transition away from fossil fuels.
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.
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