'Irreversible damage': Greenpeace calls for ban on deep sea mining as it condemns sector's 'murky' corporate practices
Fresh investigation from NGO slams UK government for its part in rush to issue exploration licenses to a string of European and North American companies
Moving forward the phase out date for internal combustion vehicles would benefit not just energy and manufacturing industries but also the retail, leisure, and entertainment sectors, a new Greenpeace analysis argues
The opposition joins Greenpeace and Green Alliance in warning the government should introduce a ban of fossil-fuel cars by 2030 if it wants to meet its 2050 emissions target
Greenpeace investigation reveals how a loophole is allowing UK firms to export 'banned' hazardous agrochemicals to developing countries
Government unveils proposals designed to help curb deforestation linked to demand for forest-related products from UK consumers
Highways England confirms latest details of government's road building and upgrades programme, despite concerns over climate impacts
Reusable face masks reduce risk of Covid-19 infection and prevent single-use plastic waste, say green groups
Campaign group Plan B writes to Prime Minister and Chancellor warning legal action is imminent if stimulus package becomes a 'New Deal for Polluters'
Ahead of Boris Johnson's speech on the government's economic stimulus plans, MPs will today take part in over 100 digital meetings with constituents to discuss the green recovery
Petition signed by over 167,000 people delivered to the Treasury, urging the Chancellor to ensure airline bailouts demand enhanced environmental commitments
The green group has called on the government to reject the 'flawed status quo' and ban the controversial vessels from Marine Protected Areas after its findings reveal that foreign-owned ships racked up more than 123 days fishing in ecologically-sensitive...
Campaign group delivers detailed proposals for how government could ensure recovery delivers 'a fairer, greener and more resilient global economy'
A new Greenpeace report notes that Microsoft, Amazon and Google are undermining their public carbon commitments through by providing services that allow oil and gas firms extract fossil fuels from the earth.
Number of coal plants under development dropped in 2019, yet new capacity still grew and the impact of Covid-19 remains uncertain, study shows
Pressure grows on the government to ramp up net zero policies and diplomatic efforts ahead of COP26
Airport confirms latest emission reduction milestone following £100m clean tech investment programme
Cereal and snacks giant signs up independent auditor to oversee its palm oil supply chain efforts, and promises to work more closely with smallholders to boost efficiency
The aviation industry has launched a plan to get to net zero by 2050, but its reliance on offsets and new fuels has angered campaigners
PM gears up for clash with Brussels in free trade deal talks, as EU insists level playing field needed for close future relationship
Church and Italian insurer are latest to join growing group of world's largest pension funds and insurers committed to fully decarbonising their investments by 2050
UK firms failing to track the impact of the soy used to feed their chickens, report finds
Green groups warn any move to reduce the cost of air passenger duty would be 'unacceptable and completely reckless'
Eight-week festival to bring artists, scientists, and businesses together to 'explore ways to live in better harmony with our planet'
Data from Greenpeace shows HSBC, Barclays, RBS, and Standard Chartered have collectively provided £25bn to companies with new coal plant plans since 2015