To celebrate Earth Day 2020, let's take a tour of nine amazing places around this beautiful planet. How many have you heard of?
As well as protecting the planet from climate change, our forests are home to a huge range of amazing nature and animal biodiversity. It's crucial that we do all we can to keep them safe. For International Forests Day 2020 – and when many of us need reminding of the beautiful natural world out there – here are some pictures of life in forests all over the world.
Orangutans have many interesting quirks. Here are 10 facts about one of our closest relatives in the animal kingdom – where you can learn about their talent for engineering, what makes an orangutan attractive to a mate and what everyday household item they love to eat!
Tigers have loads of unique and fascinating features. Did you know that each tiger has the word "king" written on it? Or that a tiger's roar can temporarily paralyse human? Here are 10 incredible tiger facts to share with your friends.
Greenpeace calls on supermarkets to set meat-reduction targets
People often opt for chicken over beef for environmental reasons. But new Greenpeace research shows that the chicken sold in the UK is a major driver of deforestation, and supermarkets have little idea of the impact this has on forests. Here are the facts.
In the last 12 months, climate change and the destruction of nature have become impossible to ignore. Millions of people took to the streets as wildfires raged and heatwaves threatened lives – hitting many of the communities least responsible hardest. 2020 will kickstart a decade of change so forests, oceans and the climate can be restored and renewed.
Over the last six weeks, 11 Indigenous leaders and activists from across Brazil have travelled through Europe demanding action against the escalating threats to their lives, lands and forests under the Bolsonaro government.
Indigenous Peoples are on the frontlines of the climate crisis – and are some of the best defenders against it. But they are threatened with violence and structural, institutionalised racism. Their lands are destroyed by industry and they are killed with alarming regularity across the world – particularly in Brazil.