This report was produced by Cambridge Econometrics on behalf of Greenpeace UK. It shows how a properly funded, ambitious programme to insulate homes and swap gas boilers for low-carbon heating sources, such as heat pumps, could deliver huge economic and social benefits. It highlights that the greater the government’s investment in decarbonising homes, the greater the return, both in terms of jobs and economic growth.
A response to the UK government's consultation on "Restoring trust in audit and corporate governance: proposals on reforms"
English fishermen, together with local fishing businesses, Greenpeace UK, Angling Trust and New Economics Foundation are calling on the UK government to take immediate and urgent action to protect coastal livelihoods and the health of our oceans.
The Amazon is under unprecedented attack. Agricultural expansion is once again driving burning. 2021 has seen some of the worst fires in history, with potentially catastrophic consequences for the integrity of the Amazon biome and the survival of its Indigenous Peoples. In Brazil, the Congress is currently considering new legislation that would legalise illegal land grabbing in the Amazon.
Through its Detox My Fashion campaign, Greenpeace created new standards for the textile and fashion industry. UK T-shirt printer Teemill works to Greenpeace’s own Detox to Zero verification process – meaning Greenpeace UK can sell clothing made to the highest environmental and social standards.
An open letter to George Eustice MP, Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs