The world’s largest wetland, the Brazilian Pantanal, was ravaged by fires in 2020. A new Greenpeace report reveals that UK supermarkets, including Tesco, and fast food companies are funding the destruction.
Aida H Dee The Storytime Drag Queen reads 'The Hat that Saved the World' - an environmental story for young children.
You can still be a Greenpeace activist in 2021. Here’s how to volunteer and stay Covid-safe.
Destructive industrial fishing ships spent over 3,000 hours bottom trawling in this protected area in 2019. Until this broken system changes, it’s up to us to step in and stop the destruction.
The discovery of the Pygmy Blue Whale shows how much we still don't know about the world's whales - and how important it is to protect them.
By improving public transport, we can help both the environment and people with disabilities
Artists and illustrators have been drawing the oceans for Greenpeace’s #DrawTheOceans challenge. Here are some of the beautiful drawings they’ve created for World Whale Day – and how you can get involved.
From puffins and seals to the bizarre ‘fried-egg’ nudibranch, this shallow patch of ocean is packed with amazing animals. And with new proposals to ban destructive fishing in the area, there’s new hope for the sea life of Dogger Bank.
These days, it’s important to find joy in the simple things. For us, it’s been fungi! Here are 11 types of fungi to look out for – some you might even find on your daily walk around the neighbourhood.
The UK’s transport system is unfair, and it’s driving massive inequalities and climate change.