Properly integrating climate risk into companies’ financial statements and auditor’s reports would help to shift capital away from climate destroying activities. However, most UK companies and their auditors are failing to meaningfully disclose these risks and their financial implications.
For 50 years Greenpeace has been winning monumental victories around the world, and standing with communities affected by environmental damage. Here are some highlights, in pictures.
Enough is enough. Our oceans and our fishing communities need urgent protection.
From 18-26th September, communities across the country will join together for the Great Big Green Week - a national week of events celebrating action on climate change.
When governments and companies threaten the natural world – Greenpeace supporters are there to confront them, and have been for 50 years.
Tesco is fanning the flames of the forest fires raging across Brazil. The UK supermarket buys meat from companies owned by Amazon rainforest destroyers, and sells chicken and pork fed on soya from deforested land elsewhere in Brazil. Here’s what you need to know – and what you can do to help stop them.
With the global climate talks just around the corner, Boris Johnson will make a fool of himself on the world stage if the government greenlights new oil drilling at Cambo.
As climate change continues to worsen with more and more heatwaves, fires and floods, what are world leaders looking to achieve at the COP26 in November this year?
Keen to do more to protect the planet with Greenpeace but not sure where to start? From speaking in schools to climbing oil rigs, activism can take many forms. Take this simple quiz to find the one that suits you best.
6,000 Indigenous leaders have gathered in the Brazilian capital of Brasília this week to fight for their lands and lives. Here’s what’s going on, and how you can help at home in the UK.