Forests around the world hold the key to solving climate change – but the Amazon and its people are more under threat than ever. The key culprit is industrial meat.
Greenpeace AAA – Action All Areas – is here, bringing the legendary Greenpeace Field at Glastonbury vibe online and into your home. Running from Thursday 18 June to Saturday 20 June, this is an innovative virtual festival featuring musicians, artists, chefs and activists, hosted by presenter Sarah Lamptey.
It's like driving a bulldozer through a nature reserve
In response to today’s announcement by Unilever, John Sauven, Executive Director of Greenpeace UK, said:
As an organisation and as individuals, we at Greenpeace UK are committed to dismantling systemic racism, creating a community of allies and empowering people of colour. Today we’re making four commitments to improve the way we work on these issues.
Trump’s trade team wants to force the UK to accept poorly-produced chicken washed in chlorine as part of a post-Brexit trade deal. Here’s what you need to know.
While the world is rightly preoccupied with tackling coronavirus, our oceans and wildlife are *still* choking on plastic – and oil companies are pushing to produce more of the stuff than ever before. So what do we need to know about plastic in the age of Covid-19?
A Greenpeace investigation has revealed that supertrawlers spent 2963 hours fishing in UK Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) in 2019, the equivalent of 123 days.