Some governments are lacking in vision and ambition to safeguard wildlife, tackle climate change and ensure food security for billions of people
Data shows that 47% of sites of special scientific interest have not been monitored in the last six years, as is required by national guidelines
Greenpeace flies oceans treaty banner and colourful marine life kite from a boat on the East River
We’re all worried about the issue of plastic packaging – but what’s the real solution? Are bioplastics made from organic materials the answer? Can’t supermarkets just make all plastic recyclable? And doesn’t plastic packaging keep food fresh and prevent food waste? It’s time to bust those plastic myths once and for all.
Campaigners and medics end the peaceful blockade following agreement
Greenpeace air pollution campaigners and medical professionals have blocked more than 800 Volkswagen staff from entering the company’s office in Milton Keynes.
Taking non violent direct action is an important part of how Greenpeace achieves change. From climbing a power station to performing a concert in a museum, direct action can take many forms! Here are six actions to give a flavour of what they can look like.
The operational, economic, and reputational risks involved with Statoil's plans to drill in the Great Australian Bight