Net zero goal makes case against Heathrow expansion far stronger, campaigners claim
Amnesty International, NUJ, Greenpeace, and others warn restrictions in remit of proposed Office for Environmental Protection 'wholly at odds with public's right to information'
Greenpeace activists attempt to deliver a Climate Emergency manifesto to Boris Johnson, ahead of inaugural speech in which new Prime Minister promised to deliver Brexit this autumn
BREAKING: Footage shows Conservative MP Mark Field forcibly removing a female protester from last night's Mansion House dinner
Shell, BP and Centrica have talked of backing EU emissions target but withheld support
Greenpeace estimates 50 million hectares cleared by 2020, warning companies must evolve to prevent 'climate breakdown'
Environmental activists accuse oil company of 'fueling' climate emergency
Greenpeace poll findings released alongside group's 'manifesto' to slash emissions
Natascha Engel slams government for 'political decisions' that have made hampered development of shale gas industry
World's largest palm oil trader, which had come under fire from Greenpeace, unveils palm oil supplier monitoring programme
Activists are calling on PGE to phase out coal by 2030 and switch to clean energy, or face legal action
Palm oil controversy continues as new report accuses firms of failing to adequately enforce zero deforestation pledges
'A brave, brilliant and committed environmental campaigner, and a good friend'
Campaigners and doctors set up 'sick bays' to highlight diesel emissions health risks
But campaign group urges rapid action to curb the growing impact of single-use plastics on oceans and marine life
Supermarket chain claims it is not possible to source mass market palm oil in a verifiably sustainable way
Number of newly completed and in-development coal-fired power stations around the world fell by almost a third last year, analysis shows
Greenpeace uncovers report which suggests government now expects just 17 shale gas and oil sites to be up and running by the end of the decade
Green groups plan to take their bid to block Arctic oil exploration licences to Norway's supreme court, after a district court dismissed their case
Recent Greenpeace-led poster campaign attracted complaints for claiming offshore wind power costs have halved in recent years - but is the claim so far-fetched?
Groups of green and animal welfare charities call on businesses, governments and residents to take stronger action to reduce plastic waste this Christmas
Report by Parliament's Public Accounts Committee says poorest billpayers will be hit hardest by 35-year nuclear plant deal and calls for transparent assessment of wider jobs benefits
Drinks giant sets out raft of green pledges, as packaging industry faces criticism for lobbying against deposit return schemes and new EU 'polluter pays' proposals
Greenpeace says its rankings show big names such as Samsung and Amazon must demonstrate 'greater ambition' on renewables, resource use and hazardous chemicals