Internal documents and a whistleblower reveal how global pesticide giant Syngenta and its predecessors knew for decades that a key 'safety' feature in its lethal paraquat-based weedkillers did little or nothing to prevent poisoning deaths – but continued to present it as effective to regulators and the public.
Campaigners urge Energy Minister to end new licensing and back a smooth transition to renewables
Mauritian scientist and climate advocate, Shaama Sandooyea, has held the world's first ever underwater climate strike at the heart of the Indian Ocean. The protest took place at the Saya de Malha Bank, a climate-critical site owing to its vast seagrass meadows, 735km off the coast of Seychelles.
Activists on the Greenpeace ship Esperanza have built a new underwater boulder barrier in the Offshore Brighton marine protected area in the English Channel, one of the UK’s most heavily bottom trawled protected areas.
Campaigners criticised Shell's failure to cut oil production and its over-reliance on tree-planting
North Sea oil and gas firms’ flaring and venting released nearly 20m tonnes of CO2e from 2015-19.
An NGO-industry collaboration to protect the Antarctic Ocean today announces a big step forward with a year-round closure of a 4500km2 area of ocean around Hope Bay in the northern Antarctic Peninsula.