Enough is enough. Our oceans and our fishing communities need urgent protection.
Greenpeace, fishers, anglers, charter skippers and fishing businesses have come together to declare a state of emergency in the English Channel and Southern North Sea.
Greenpeace in court today after the Marine Management Organisation decided to prosecute Greenpeace over protecting nature by building an underwater boulder barrier.
The chemicals in suncream that keep our skin safe are terrible for ocean life – especially baby corals. Here’s what to use instead.
Greenpeace activists have been joined by Caroline Lucas, Green Party MP for Brighton Pavilion, at sea in a protest against destructive industrial fishing which damages the seabed that is taking place in supposedly protected areas off the Sussex coast.
The oceans are in big trouble and they need proper protection. Experts and campaigners are pushing to get 30% of our oceans protected, but is that enough?
A groundbreaking new Greenpeace film calls on world leaders gathered at the G7 to ‘ACT NOW’ to tackle the climate and nature crisis.
This summer, Greenpeace is patrolling the UK’s seas to expose and confront destructive fishing. Get on board for live updates and inside info as the action unfolds.
For World Oceans Day, Greenpeace UK has launched Operation Ocean Witness.
We all rely on the oceans for our survival, but they’re in serious trouble. Luckily there’s a new UN treaty in the works that could transform how our oceans are protected.