Jackdaw, a new gas field in the North Sea, got the go ahead this year. Now, we’re taking the government to court because they approved Jackdaw without checking the full impacts it would have on the climate.
Climate change is pushing the UK into a new age of extreme heat, and we’re dangerously unprepared. Here's what you need to know.
Nearly half our plastic waste gets burned. But doing so is costing us our health and our planet. Find out what incineration is and why it cannot be a solution to the plastic problem.
The legacy of colonialism has ensured racism and the environmental emergency are inextricably linked. A new report by the Runnymede Trust and Greenpeace explores the impact of this discrimination and provides a rallying call for environmental justice.
Whether you’re new to environmental justice, or just want to learn more, these are the key terms and ideas to know.
After three chaotic years in office, Boris Johnson has just a few weeks left as prime minister. Let’s run through his best and worst green decisions, and the things he can still do before he goes.
The ban on commercial whaling in the 80s was one of Greenpeace’s first major victories, but whales are still under threat today. Here’s a brief look at the history of whaling and what we still need to do to protect the world’s oceans.
Nearly a quarter of a million people counted their plastic waste for one week, and the results are fascinating. Here's what we learned.
Millions of people across Britain play People’s Postcode Lottery. Maybe you’re one of them. If you are, did you know you’re helping organisations like Greenpeace to keep our planet safe? Will Humpington from People’s Postcode Lottery explains how.
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.