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We’re not ready for the age of extreme heat
Climate change is pushing the UK into a new age of extreme heat, and we’re dangerously unprepared. Here's what you need to know.
Why we can't tackle the environmental emergency without tackling racism
Racism and the environmental emergency are closely linked. Everyone suffers from environmental damage, but it’s often people of colour who are hit hardest.
Climate change and extreme weather
Heatwaves, flooding and other extreme weather appears to be happening more often, and getting more severe. But how much of it is down to climate change?
The government approved a destructive new gas field. We’re taking them to court!
Jackdaw, a new gas field in the North Sea, got the go ahead this year. Now, we’re taking the government to court because they approved Jackdaw without checking the full impacts it would have on the climate.
Greenpeace is opening up its workshop to grassroots campaign groups
If your group is working on racial or social justice, or defending the environment, you can apply to the Open Workshop: a space to share, build and collaborate.
Burning plastic won’t solve the plastic crisis
Nearly half our plastic waste gets burned. But doing so is costing us our health and our planet. Find out what incineration is and why it cannot be a solution to the plastic problem.
The verdict on Boris Johnson’s green track record – and what he should do next
After three chaotic years in office, Boris Johnson has just a few weeks left as prime minister. Let’s run through his best and worst green decisions, and the things he can still do before he goes.
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