Easy answers can be tempting, but oversimplifying the ocean crisis can do more harm than good.
Illustrators have been drawing dugongs for Greenpeace as part of a global effort to protect their ocean home.
One of the world’s first deep sea mining pilot tests has resulted in a huge machine being stuck on the seafloor of the Pacific Ocean.
New YouGov polling, commissioned by Greenpeace UK, can today reveal that 71% of UK adults believe bottom trawling should not be taking place in UK MPAs
A big step forward for the oceans, or a missed opportunity? The truth is, we still don’t know.
Activists on the Greenpeace ship Rainbow Warrior have taken the first ever action at sea against companies preparing to mine the Pacific Ocean’s seabed.
Mauritian scientist and climate advocate, Shaama Sandooyea, has held the world's first ever underwater climate strike at the heart of the Indian Ocean. The protest took place at the Saya de Malha Bank, a climate-critical site owing to its vast seagrass meadows, 735km off the coast of Seychelles.
I'll never forget my first time diving with sharks. Time seems to stand still when you’re in the presence of these magnificent animals. Many people are scared of sharks, but should they be more afraid of us?
Activists on the Greenpeace ship Esperanza have built a new underwater boulder barrier in the Offshore Brighton marine protected area in the English Channel, one of the UK’s most heavily bottom trawled protected areas.
Destructive industrial fishing ships spent over 3,000 hours bottom trawling in this protected area in 2019. Until this broken system changes, it’s up to us to step in and stop the destruction.