Activists on board the Greenpeace ship Rainbow Warrior have disturbed a new deep sea mining impact test carried out by the company Global Sea Mineral Resources (GSR).
Consumer concern high as new data shows deforestation linked to supermarket meat is accelerating.
One of the world’s first deep sea mining pilot tests has resulted in a huge machine being stuck on the seafloor of the Pacific Ocean.
New YouGov polling, commissioned by Greenpeace UK, can today reveal that 71% of UK adults believe bottom trawling should not be taking place in UK MPAs
Activists on the Greenpeace ship Rainbow Warrior have taken the first ever action at sea against companies preparing to mine the Pacific Ocean’s seabed.
Internal documents and a whistleblower reveal how global pesticide giant Syngenta and its predecessors knew for decades that a key 'safety' feature in its lethal paraquat-based weedkillers did little or nothing to prevent poisoning deaths – but continued to present it as effective to regulators and the public.
Campaigners urge Energy Minister to end new licensing and back a smooth transition to renewables
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.