Peaceful protest is a fundamental part of democracy – without it, the world would be a very different place.
A big step forward for the oceans, or a missed opportunity? The truth is, we still don’t know.
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.
The government's new wave of oil and gas licences keeps us tied to a declining industry. Offshore workers deserve better.
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.
Greenpeace is helping to deliver equipment and medical supplies – including oxygen to Indigenous communities – in an effort to save lives.
The government wants to be a global climate leader. So why is it still granting licenses to climate-wrecking oil and gas projects in the North Sea?
The polar vortex isn’t something out of science fiction – it explains why we sometimes get freezing cold weather from climate change.
Campaigners urge Energy Minister to end new licensing and back a smooth transition to renewables