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"frack free zone" sign hanging on Blackpool pier

Fracking

With ‘easy to reach’ oil and gas running out, fracking has been pushed as a way to plug the gap. But climate change means we can’t afford to dig up yet more polluting fuels. We need to switch to renewable energy instead.

All those times the anti-fracking campaign rocked

For nearly a decade, people across the country have stood against the companies and ministers which have tried to get fracking off the ground. That fracking has been halted across the UK is a testament to their dedication, commitment and creativity.

What Declaring a Climate Emergency Looks Like

Our climate is breaking down. Rising seas and extreme weather events are putting tens of millions of people around the world at direct risk. And younger generations are being robbed of their future on a healthy, liveable planet. So we need the government to declare a Climate Emergency and take…

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Top tips for lobbying your MP

With the general election rapidly approaching, Greenpeace UK's Political Lobbying Network volunteers are looking forward to working with the new intake of MPs. For International Volunteering Day, member Fi Radford shares her top tips for lobbying your newly-elected representative in parliament.

Barclays’ net zero plan is absolutely meaningless

In reaction to the alternative climate resolution, proposed by Barclays to its shareholders, Greenpeace UK’s climate finance adviser, Charlie Kronick, said: “This headline-baiting net zero proposal, which lacks any targets or detail, comes as Barclays issued an updated energy policy, demonstrating that it will continue to finance climate-wrecking tar sands…

How Barclays and other banks are funding climate change

Think you know your climate villains? One thing you might not know is that banks such as Barclays have earned themselves a place at the top of the list. They're funding the companies fuelling climate change – whether it's drilling for oil, clearing forests or violating human rights.