Fishermen across the Channel united to say no to destructive industrial fishing. They’re calling on our leaders to protect the oceans before it’s too late.
Behind that forkful of squid, there’s an entire industry that capitalises on a lack of fishing regulations in international waters. This industry poses a huge threat to marine life and affects coastal communities worldwide, so find out why squid matter for the future of our oceans.
For over 20 years a Greenpeace ship called Esperanza – ‘hope’ in English – lit up the darkness in the fight to protect the environment. Its voyages have now come to an end, leaving a proud legacy of inspiration and environmental protection.
Greenpeace's new film, High & Dry, follows the Operation Ocean Witness crew as they observe the impact of industrial fishing on the UK's so-called ‘protected’ marine environments.
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.