Ahead of the upcoming general election campaign the UK’s largest environmental groups, as well as human rights, development, faith and health organisations have set out a series of demands for party leaders in order to tackle the climate and nature emergencies.
Although one issue will dominate the upcoming general election, our next government will still need to get to grips with a number of urgent environmental issues. Not least of these will be action on climate change.
It's not just the Amazon Rainforest facing devastation in Brazil, the Amazon Reef is also under threat – from new oil exploration. Here are 5 fascinating facts about the region, including how to protect it.
Barely 48 hours after the Royal Shakespeare Company ditched its BP sponsorship, another major cultural institution has shown Big Oil the door. More breakups than an episode of Love Island
While the UK Government's contributions to the UN Climate Action Summit were underwhelming at best, there was one glimmer of hope hidden amongst their lack of ambition on climate – they stepped up to protect the oceans.
After being shocked by a 2018 UN climate report, I decided to turn my worry into action. I joined other Greenpeace volunteers at the youth-organised Climate Strike in London last Friday, and then got involved with my local Greenpeace group.
It’s rare for a day to pass without yet another apocalyptic warning about the future of the Earth. Today was no exception with headlines stating that our oceans are in crisis. These headlines are alarming, but thankfully we have a unique opportunity to help the oceans recover and thrive.
Inspired by school strikers, millions of people will be out on the streets around the world on Friday 20 September to demand action on climate change from their leaders. Here’s why you should get involved – and how to join in.
As fires continue to rage across the Amazon Rainforest, here’s an explainer on how UK and European food supply chains play into the devastation – and what must change.