Mauritian scientist and climate advocate, Shaama Sandooyea, has held the world's first ever underwater climate strike at the heart of the Indian Ocean. The protest took place at the Saya de Malha Bank, a climate-critical site owing to its vast seagrass meadows, 735km off the coast of Seychelles.
People power works! In a dramatic twist of events the government has announced it will intervene in the decision on a new climate-wrecking coal mine in Cumbria.
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Brazil’s government has been making it easier for land grabbers to steal and burn protected Amazon land reserved for Indigenous People. Now, it’s for sale on Facebook Marketplace – and Facebook are refusing to take the ads down.
I'll never forget my first time diving with sharks. Time seems to stand still when you’re in the presence of these magnificent animals. Many people are scared of sharks, but should they be more afraid of us?
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.
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Activists on the Greenpeace ship Esperanza have built a new underwater boulder barrier in the Offshore Brighton marine protected area in the English Channel, one of the UK’s most heavily bottom trawled protected areas.