This engaging classroom and youth group resource enables 7 – 11 year olds to explore what plastic pollution is and how they can take action to become part of the solution.
This engaging classroom and youth group resource enables 11 – 14 year olds to explore what plastic pollution is and how they can take action to become part of the solution.
Despite scientific evidence and mounting public pressure, UK supermarkets are putting more plastic on their shelves than ever. This report outlines how supermarkets can achieve a minimum 50% reduction in single-use plastic packaging, purely via reduction and reuse.
Download a fact sheet on the plastic problem, for 7-11 year olds
Download a fact sheet on the plastic problem, for 11-14 year olds
The UK’s River Mersey contains proportionally more plastic pollution than the infamous Great Pacific Garbage Patch, an area recognised by scientists as one of the most plastic-polluted expanses of water on earth
Our annual report shows what we have been doing to expose environmental abuse and to champion solutions to transform government, industry and society
Greenpeace is calling for an ambitious Global Ocean Treaty to give our oceans the protection they urgently need
Our annual impact report summarises the work we've done to help protect the natural systems that ensure the long-term health of our planet. This means defending our climate, oceans, forests, soils, atmosphere, and diverse plant and animal life