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‘They’ve got guns!’: how the soya industry is linked to violence and intimidation

In May 2019, men with guns terrorised a village on the edge of a vast soya farming estate in Brazil, where huge traders Cargill and Bunge are well established. Yet another example of the human rights abuses that are so often linked to industrial agriculture, it was witnessed by Greenpeace researchers and journalists. This first hand account reveals how the ever increasing demand for meat and dairy is leading to violence against communities.


9 reasons to quit fast fashion

Sales now happen year-round, and they are a fast fashion bonanza. But fast fashion is a shocking contributor to climate change and water pollution – here are nine reasons to quit.


5 great deals for the planet on Black Friday

Black Friday is one of the biggest sales events of the year. But we are in a climate emergency and it’s not great shopping deals we need – but strong political deals that stop climate change, curb pollution and protect invaluable ecosystems.


Climate debate: how party manifestos measure up on climate change and nature

The next government will be in power during a crucial time when the climate and nature emergencies need to be tackled head-on. Greenpeace policy experts have ranked the party manifestos on climate change and nature commitments to reveal how serious they are ahead of the first-ever TV debate focused on climate.