Taxing extra oil and gas profits to support households and boost UK energy resilience
A joint civil society statement
Companies are set to make £11.6 billion windfall on UK oil and gas in 2022. The UK government is missing this opportunity to fund an energy transition.
The Walk 100K in June challenge for Greenpeace starts on 1st June and finishes on 30th June 2022. Are you ready to take part? Here we've provided some answers to common questions so you have everything you need to get involved.
This report uncovers the huge scale of the global squid fishing industry, which has grown over 10-fold since 1950 and is now jeopardising marine ecosystems around the world.
We are writing as a coalition of 37 civil society groups to call on the Prime Minister, the Chancellor and the Business Secretary to ensure the upcoming energy independence plan protects vulnerable households, lowers bills, tackles the climate emergency, addresses air pollution, and gets the UK off gas.
The International Energy Agency’s new Net-Zero Emissions by 2050 scenario, published in May 2021 and incorporated in the World Energy Outlook published in October, sparked wide debate on the future of oil and gas.
This report details the chemical contamination that scientists found in five different dumpsites across southern Turkey. It identified a wide range of toxic chemicals in the ash and soil of all five sites, many of which are associated with plastic packaging or the burning of plastics. It was prepared by Greenpeace Mediterranean.
As part of Greenpeace's Protect the Oceans campaign, we've brought the Antarctic to you!