For Black Friday, here’s a breakdown of some of the big deals made at COP26 for the climate and environment. Because there’s no planet BOGOF.
The good, the bad, and the blah blah blah...
Creating a good protest sign is an art form, and these climate marchers nailed it.
After a dramatic day at sea, youth climate strikers from Mexico, Uganda, Bangladesh and Namibia arrived at COP26 in Glasgow. As the talks got underway, they delivered a powerful message to world leaders: 'Stop failing us'.
When it comes to climate change, those with the most to lose often have to fight the hardest to be heard. On the eve of COP26, we spoke to activists from some of the world’s most climate-vulnerable countries about the struggles they’ve faced to get to the UK, and their determination to make it count.
World leaders are failing ordinary people on climate change. From Fairbourne in Wales to China and Japan; the Amazon and Congo rainforests to the Pacific Islands – here are some of the people our leaders should be listening to at the COP26 global climate talks.
Greenpeace Local Groups are handing in public polling they’ve done locally to Tesco on 30 October. Find your nearest group and join them in telling Tesco to stop destroying the Amazon.
Vital global climate talks are coming up in the UK, and there’s never been a better time to take action. Here’s what you can do.
Greenpeace UK plays the hits! From Joni Mitchell in 1970 to an online festival featuring Arlo Parks in 2020, and many more in between.