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Greenpeace has teamed up with health professionals and other organisations to deliver 28 tonnes of desperately needed food and medical supplies to remote Indigenous communities in the Amazon rainforest fighting the Covid-19 pandemic.
The support Greenpeace has received since being fined £80,000 for attempting to stop BP drilling for new oil has been staggering. Here’s a message of thanks from John Sauven, our Executive Director, and Meena Rajput, one of the activists
Ahead of chancellor Rishi Sunak's speech in parliament today, a small group of Greenpeace activists sent the message that all signs point to a green recovery.
Greenpeace UK sends a message to the government to invest in transport, energy, housing and waste sectors, create new green jobs and tackle the climate emergency.
Greenpeace has been landed with £80,000 fine over the attempt to block a BP oil rig from drilling for 30 million barrels of new oil in the North Sea in June 2019. But Greenpeace will not give up its fight to protect our climate.
Greenpeace UK has been fined £80k for breaching a court interdict during a protest against a BP oil rig in the North Sea last summer. But campaigners are still challenging BP's drilling permit in the courts. The oil giant plans to drill a major new well giving it access to up to 30 million barrels of oil.