Politicians and activists around the world have been talking about a green economic recovery from coronavirus. It’s easy to think that this is just about making the economy more climate-friendly, but social justice is a key part of it too. Here’s why.
From climate change to forest fires to human rights abuses, the global industrial meat industry leaves a trail of destruction all over the world. Millions of people's lives depend on a dramatic reduction in the consumption of meat and dairy. And it’s not just red meat that’s the problem.
When it’s done right, conservation can help to heal our damaged world. Let these conservation success stories inspire you to keep standing up for our home.
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The support Greenpeace has received since being fined £80,000 for attempting to stop BP drilling for new oil has been staggering. Here’s a message of thanks from John Sauven, our Executive Director, and Meena Rajput, one of the activists
Ahead of chancellor Rishi Sunak's speech in parliament today, a small group of Greenpeace activists sent the message that all signs point to a green recovery.
Greenpeace has been landed with £80,000 fine over the attempt to block a BP oil rig from drilling for 30 million barrels of new oil in the North Sea in June 2019. But Greenpeace will not give up its fight to protect our climate.
Fast fashion is awful for people and planet. Like with many industries post Covid-19, it’s time to build back better. And with fashion, it’s super easy to start at home.
The UK needs to put people back to work, AND tackle the climate and nature emergency. By creating green jobs, the government can do both.
Over 167,000 people have called on the Chancellor to attach environmental conditions to bailouts for airlines. A small group of Greenpeace activists delivered the message directly.