Michelle, a local Greenpeace volunteer, describes a summer of campaigning for a Global Ocean Treaty to protect the world's oceans – in advance of high-level negotiations at the UN in New York
As fires continue to rage across the Amazon Rainforest, here’s an explainer on how UK and European food supply chains play into the devastation – and what must change.
We stopped Boris Johnson's journey to visit the Queen to deliver him an urgent message about the Climate Emergency.
The ISA is meant to regulate deep sea mining activities in the international seabed but far from protecting our oceans, they are selling it off to greedy industries that are trying to plunder our ocean floor for profit. We simply can't trust them to take care of our precious seabeds.
To win the war on plastic, Environment Secretary Michael Gove should make sure the upcoming Environment Bill sets targets in law to radically reduce the amount of plastic we make and use.
We took to the UK’s rivers to investigate microplastic pollution and we found plastic everywhere.
Deposit return schemes make a lot of sense and we shouldn't limit their use.
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.
Theresa May committed the UK to a ‘net zero’ emissions target by 2050. But what does that mean? And will it actually help fight climate change?
My friend Jo and I climbed up a BP oil rig and now we're occupying it to stop it from going out to the North Sea to drill for up to 30 million barrels of oil.