Greenpeace is uniting with local fishermen to bring an emergency message right to the government’s doorstep.
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?
Through the summer of 2021 Greenpeace patrolled the UK’s seas to expose and confront destructive fishing. Here's how the action unfolded.
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.
Easy answers can be tempting, but oversimplifying the ocean crisis can do more harm than good.
A big step forward for the oceans, or a missed opportunity? The truth is, we still don’t know.
I'll never forget my first time diving with sharks. Time seems to stand still when you’re in the presence of these magnificent animals. Many people are scared of sharks, but should they be more afraid of us?
Destructive industrial fishing ships spent over 3,000 hours bottom trawling in this protected area in 2019. Until this broken system changes, it’s up to us to step in and stop the destruction.
The discovery of the Pygmy Blue Whale shows how much we still don't know about the world's whales - and how important it is to protect them.
From puffins and seals to the bizarre ‘fried-egg’ nudibranch, this shallow patch of ocean is packed with amazing animals. And with new proposals to ban destructive fishing in the area, there’s new hope for the sea life of Dogger Bank.