Greenpeace is an organisation that takes action – and gets results. Nowhere is this more clear than in the work of its volunteer firefighters. Learn more about this incredible corner of Greenpeace and how you can help fund this work.
This Black History Month, we’re telling the stories of Black people across the UK working in a variety of green jobs.
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.
Greenpeace UK plays the hits! From Joni Mitchell in 1970 to an online festival featuring Arlo Parks in 2020, and many more in between.
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.
When governments and companies threaten the natural world – Greenpeace supporters are there to confront them, and have been for 50 years.
Keen to do more to protect the planet with Greenpeace but not sure where to start? From speaking in schools to climbing oil rigs, activism can take many forms. Take this simple quiz to find the one that suits you best.
Peaceful protest is a fundamental part of democracy – without it, the world would be a very different place.
Greenpeace is helping to deliver equipment and medical supplies – including oxygen to Indigenous communities – in an effort to save lives.
The government wants to be a global climate leader. So why is it still granting licenses to climate-wrecking oil and gas projects in the North Sea?