The government's new wave of oil and gas licences keeps us tied to a declining industry. Offshore workers deserve better.
Internal documents and a whistleblower reveal how global pesticide giant Syngenta and its predecessors knew for decades that a key 'safety' feature in its lethal paraquat-based weedkillers did little or nothing to prevent poisoning deaths – but continued to present it as effective to regulators and the public.
Greenpeace is helping to deliver equipment and medical supplies – including oxygen to Indigenous communities – in an effort to save lives.
Campaigners urge Energy Minister to end new licensing and back a smooth transition to renewables
All across the world, clean water is becoming increasingly scarce. Here’s how people are fighting for our most precious resource.
Brazil’s government has been making it easier for land grabbers to steal and burn protected Amazon land reserved for Indigenous People. Now, it’s for sale on Facebook Marketplace – and Facebook are refusing to take the ads down.
The world’s largest wetland, the Brazilian Pantanal, was ravaged by fires in 2020. A new Greenpeace report reveals that UK supermarkets, including Tesco, and fast food companies are funding the destruction.
By improving public transport, we can help both the environment and people with disabilities
The UK’s transport system is unfair, and it’s driving massive inequalities and climate change.
With more low traffic neighbourhoods being introduced, we thought we'd take a look at one of the most common criticisms against them, and whether or not it holds up.