40 Greenpeace volunteers gate-crashed the Chancellor’s Mansion House speech as it was being broadcast live on television, to replace it with a speech calling for greater government investment and leadership to tackle the climate emergency
Greenpeace International activists have today made the latest attempt to prevent an oil rig operated by BP from reaching a major new drilling site in the North Sea
Greenpeace response to reports that oil bosses have convened talks
BP like to say they're part of the climate change solution, but they're spending billions of pounds to explore more oil and lobby against climate legislation.
The government committed the UK to reach ‘net zero’ emissions by 2050. But what does that mean? And will it actually help fight climate change?
My friend Jo and I climbed up a BP oil rig and now we're occupying it to stop it from going out to the North Sea to drill for up to 30 million barrels of oil.
As you read this, I’m sitting in a big container outside BP HQ in London, blocking one of the main entrances to the building. Along with a team of climbers on the roof, and more people in containers like mine, we’ve shut down the building. This is one of the scariest things I’ve ever done, but I know it’s the right thing.
Life Support is a video series about why the global nature crisis matters for our lives.