An Indigenous expert and British journalist went missing in the Amazon in early June. Their deaths mark the latest in a series of attacks against Indigenous communities, their land and allies in Brazil.
World Oceans Day isn’t just about the cute animals. When we fail to protect the oceans, we’re failing to protect ourselves.
We spoke to supporters to hear how a humble bit of Greenpeace merchandise can inspire action, connect people... and get you into trouble at work.
People in the UK are facing huge rises in their energy bills. Find out why this is happening, what needs to change, and where to get help if you’re struggling.
Disabled people often suffer most from plastic pollution, but many also rely on plastic products for health, independence and dignity. In a new comic, illustrator and disability activist Ananya Rao-Middleton explores this complicated relationship.
Leelou joined Greenpeace UK as an intern in the press team. They discuss their internship and how they found it, their best Greenpeace moments and their experience of being non-binary at Greenpeace.
Gurvinder has always been interested in working within the environmental sector, so when she saw an internship at Greenpeace, she knew it would be a great opportunity to develop her skills and understanding further. Learn more about what she’s achieved as an intern, and where it’s leading her next.
The campaign against the government’s anti-protest laws shows that people power is alive and well.
Energy bills are set to hit record levels. Here's how we can help those in need, tackle climate change and stop this from happening again.