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
We took to the UK’s rivers to investigate microplastic pollution and we found plastic everywhere.
The UK’s River Mersey contains proportionally more plastic pollution than the infamous Great Pacific Garbage Patch, an area recognised by scientists as one of the most plastic-polluted expanses of water on earth
Greenpeace response to reports that oil bosses have convened talks
Greenpeace activists force third U-turn of a BP-operated rig away from a major oil drilling site in the North Sea, blocking the oil giant’s operation for the 10th day in a row
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Greenpeace ship the Arctic Sunrise follows BP’s oil rig as it makes its second u-turn in less than 48 hours
Greenpeace ship overtakes a BP rig near the drill site of a major new oil well in the North Sea.
BP like to say they're part of the climate change solution, but they're spending billions of pounds to explore more oil and lobby against climate legislation.