The ISA is meant to regulate deep sea mining activities in the international seabed but far from protecting our oceans, they are selling it off to greedy industries that are trying to plunder our ocean floor for profit. We simply can't trust them to take care of our precious seabeds.
Activists interrupt PM's journey to meet the Queen, urging strong action on the climate emergency
Greenpeace responds to Boris Johnson becoming leader of the Conservative party and Prime Minister
Anthony, otherwise known as the “meme guy”, began at Greenpeace as an intern. He talks about the trust and responsibility he was given then and now as junior digital campaigner, as well as balancing his job with his passion for music.
Greenpeace Chief Scientist responds to the latest CCC progress report
New report warns that the world’s oceans could face severe and irreversible harm unless tighter environmental safeguards are in place to protect them against deep sea mining
To win the war on plastic, Environment Secretary Michael Gove should make sure the upcoming Environment Bill sets targets in law to radically reduce the amount of plastic we make and use.
40 Greenpeace volunteers gate-crashed the Chancellor’s Mansion House speech as it was being broadcast live on television, to replace it with a speech calling for greater government investment and leadership to tackle the climate emergency
The 12 day stand-off between Greenpeace and BP over the company’s North Sea oil rig has been brought to a close with a series of protests targeting the company in Europe and the US
Greenpeace International activists have today made the latest attempt to prevent an oil rig operated by BP from reaching a major new drilling site in the North Sea