Judges were told that emissions from burning oil were 'impossible' to assess and were 'not relevant'
With the global climate talks just around the corner, Boris Johnson will make a fool of himself on the world stage if the government greenlights new oil drilling at Cambo.
Two months before COP26, Greenpeace will challenge government's decision to rubber stamp BP drilling permit
Online announcement says drilling equipment will be installed in the coming days, but no legal permit is in place
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.
From 'carbon neutral' flights to 'net zero' bacon, dishonest green PR is on the rise.
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.
For years, the giant oil companies looked unshakeable. But over 10 surprising days in May, Exxon, Chevron and Shell lost a string of major battles that could finally force them to take climate change seriously.
Five tough questions about Greenpeace’s campaign - answered by an expert.