With more of us taking steps to protect the planet, some companies would rather play pretend. Greenwashing lets them boost their sales and public image but continue using environmentally-harmful practices.
Putin's war didn't just spark an energy crisis - it could tip parts of the world into famine. It's time to fix the food system so this can't happen again.
Greenpeace supporters from Bloxham to Ulverston shared their delicious vegan recipes for you to try at home!
To celebrate Veganuary, we asked vegan influencer David Olu to share some of his favourite plant-based dishes with a Nigerian twist. Try them at home and let us know what you think!
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.
From 'carbon neutral' flights to 'net zero' bacon, dishonest green PR is on the rise.
Vital forests are being destroyed for the meat and dairy in Tesco’s supply chain. Here are five ways you can challenge Tesco to tell the truth about deforestation.
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.
We love food, and we love our planet – we shouldn’t have to choose one or the other! Try out some tasty plant-based dishes for Veganuary that are healthier for us and our planet too.