The UK needs to put people back to work, AND tackle the climate and nature emergency. By creating green jobs, the government can do both.
There’s never been a better time to start cycling, but it can be confusing for beginners. If you’re wondering how to buy the right bike, how to cycle safely on the road, or what to wear for cycling, this guide is for you.
As an organisation and as individuals, we at Greenpeace UK are committed to dismantling systemic racism, creating a community of allies and empowering people of colour. Today we’re making four commitments to improve the way we work on these issues.
Volunteers Jess and Zoe on what it’s like to join a Greenpeace group during lockdown.
It’s easy to be cynical about online activism. But done right, petitions, videos and social media campaigns can – and do – change the world. Here’s how.
Trains are running empty, high streets are deserted. Most people are working from home due to the coronavirus pandemic. The government has mandated a full lockdown with only essential workers and trips allowed. Here's how to stay connected.
Major analysis exposes scale of global trade in highly hazardous pesticides
Kotrina started at Greenpeace as a volunteer, before rapidly gaining a role in human resources. She talks about leading yoga classes at work, the incredible opportunity to meet the Munduruku, an Indigenous group from Brazil, and how her Lithuanian roots connect her to nature.
Paul is Greenpeace's principal scientist at the science unit based in Exeter. He discusses why it's important that Greenpeace grounds its work in science, the adventures of a Greenpeace ship tour and why he has stayed at the organisation for over 30 years.