The government claims to be a climate leader - but if we’re serious about tackling the climate crisis then one new coal mine is a coal mine too many.
Despite the turbulence of the last year, 2020 has shown the power of humanity to come together when faced with a crisis. It’s precisely that spirit we urgently need to solve the climate, nature and health emergencies that threaten us all.
12 iconic photos from a year of disruptions - and the struggle to protect our future
It's not too late to avoid the worst of climate change. With the global climate talks coming up in the UK next year, can we lead the world in taking real action now?
There’s been a lot of talk about green jobs being part of a green recovery. But what’s it like to have a green job? We spoke to some people who have first-hand knowledge.
Ever feel like the world just staggers from crisis to crisis, without ever fixing the problems at the heart of it all? A new series from Greenpeace Unearthed and HuffPost explores how we can break the cycle, and build a more resilient world.
The UK’s addiction to disposable clothes is putting pressure on our planet – and abusing the workers that make them. Luckily, the antidote is simple: ethical, sustainable fashion (and a lot less of it).
From India to Israel, many people across the planet have been eating plant-based diets for centuries. If you're an aspiring vegan or vegetarian - or just looking to cut down on meat and dairy - these traditions are rich in culinary inspiration.
Bustling wildlife, ferocious fires, and 'flying rivers' - what South America's giant wetland can teach us about the future of the planet.
Remote-controlled toy cars sped under the gates of Downing Street towards Boris Johnson’s front door with a message from Greenpeace: we’ll lose the race against the climate crisis unless the government phases out new fossil-fueled cars and vans by 2030.