It's not too late to avoid the worst of climate change. With the global climate talks coming up in the UK next year, can we lead the world in taking real action now?
Wildlife documentary presenter Patrick Aryee on his work and his favourite mind-blowing facts about our natural world.
An NGO-industry collaboration to protect the Antarctic Ocean today announces a big step forward with a year-round closure of a 4500km2 area of ocean around Hope Bay in the northern Antarctic Peninsula.
A Greenpeace International investigation, detailed today in a new report Deep Trouble , has uncovered the opaque lines of accountability and ownership, and the murky corporate practices behind the nascent deep sea mining industry.
There’s been a lot of talk about green jobs being part of a green recovery. But what’s it like to have a green job? We spoke to some people who have first-hand knowledge.
Denmark will cancel all future licensing rounds for new oil and gas in the Danish part of the North Sea and end existing production by 2050.
Ever feel like the world just staggers from crisis to crisis, without ever fixing the problems at the heart of it all? A new series from Greenpeace Unearthed and HuffPost explores how we can break the cycle, and build a more resilient world.
Through high-tech forest monitoring and persistent legal action against invasions, the Karipuna Indigenous People are beginning to win the fight against deforestation in their Amazon lands. Here’s their remarkable story.
Major investigation spills the (soya)beans on deforestation in supermarket chicken