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Aerial photo of two squid jiggers sailing in tandem on a deep blue ocean Report

Squids in the spotlight

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.

An activist in protective overalls, goggles and a mask kneels in front of a large pile of ash and burned plastic. Laid out in the foreground is a large banner reading 'Wasted land' Report

Game of Waste

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.


The economic impact of decarbonising household heating in the UK

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 pile of plastic waste sits next to a lake or river, with palm trees in the background. Report

Trashed: how the UK is still dumping plastic waste on the rest of the world

The UK is a major contributor to the world’s plastic crisis, generating more plastic waste per person than any other country except the USA. Our recycling system is already overwhelmed by plastic waste. Now our waste is overwhelming other countries’ recycling systems too, causing serious harm to their citizens and environment, particularly in India, Indonesia and Malaysia.