For 50 years Greenpeace has been winning monumental victories around the world, and standing with communities affected by environmental damage. Here are some highlights, in pictures.
Enough is enough. Our oceans and our fishing communities need urgent protection.
Tesco is fanning the flames of the forest fires raging across Brazil. The UK supermarket buys meat from companies owned by Amazon rainforest destroyers, and sells chicken and pork fed on soya from deforested land elsewhere in Brazil. Here’s what you need to know – and what you can do to help stop them.
6,000 Indigenous leaders have gathered in the Brazilian capital of Brasília this week to fight for their lands and lives. Here’s what’s going on, and how you can help at home in the UK.
What happens to oil workers when oil prices crash? This film tells the story of the communities most in need of a just transition away from fossil fuels.
Activists left 625 kilos of plastic waste outside Downing Street - the same amount that the UK sends overseas every 30 seconds.
Almost two thirds of offshore workers reported having to repeat training they'd already done.
People in Scotland demand that our government lives up to its promises on climate change – that means ending support for new fossil fuels, while protecting Scottish jobs.
A groundbreaking new Greenpeace film calls on world leaders gathered at the G7 to ‘ACT NOW’ to tackle the climate and nature crisis.