Volunteer

Want to volunteer? We can use any skill: from envelope-stuffing to jungle surival training. Many of the folks who work in our offices today started out as volunteers. In some countries we provide action and non-violence training to folks willing to become activists. To find out more, you'll want to talk to your local Greenpeace office. Read more

Cyberactivism

Our global community of Greenpeace activists hail from 125 countries and territories. We have a long list of victories to prove that when we speak with one voice, we can change the world. Sign up and you'll get a monthly E-zine and action alerts full of ways you can be a one-minute activist. It's all free. Read more

Work for us

We take action all over the world for our planet's future. We need individuals dedicated to the hard work and professional standards that our millions of supporters worldwide expect of the world's leading campaigning organisation for the environment. Think you might fit the bill?. Read more

Support Greenpeace

A regular monthly gift is the best way you can support Greenpeace. Your donation will help sustain Greenpeace's ongoing vital campaign work to protect our planet's health.Read more

Tips for Green Living

Everybody can help save the world, every day, with small choices that have big impacts. Here's our list of ways you can tread more lightly on the Earth. Read more

Join the forums

Our discussion boards provide a forum to connect with other environmentalists. Here you'll be able to rant, rave, ask, demand, explain, inspire, condemn and antagonize as well as employ any other method you can think of to express yourself.Read more

The latest updates

 

True climate leadership still missing

Blog entry by Daniel Mittler | November 18, 2017

The world is moving ahead without Trump - but not as fast and decisively as needed.   Another round of climate negotiations is over. And, like last year, President Trump has failed to stop the  global climate talks from moving...

How does a city recover from an extreme weather event?

Blog entry by Jenny Tuazon | November 8, 2017

On November 8, 2013, Typhoon Haiyan, the strongest storm ever to make landfall , tore through nine regions of the Philippines, including Tacloban. Four years on, we returned to see how the city has changed after the fateful event that...

We have one year to create the largest ever protected area on Earth

Blog entry by Vince Cinches | October 25, 2017

In the words of David Attenborough, “ Our planet is a blue planet ”. With over 70% of our world covered by water, our oceans can be seen from across the solar system. It wasn’t long ago that the oceans were still believed to be...

Mga bayaning walang kapa

Blog entry by Janet B. Dela Cruz | September 25, 2017

Bilang supporter ng Greenpeace, ako’y nakatanggap nitong nakaraang Agosto ng isang email na pinamagatang ‘Janet, meet the volunteers you empower’. Nakapaloob dito ang paanyaya sa isang diskusyon tungkol sa volunteerism. Dahil Sa...

We speak for the trees

Blog entry by Ethan Gilbert | June 11, 2017

When Resolute Forest Products, Canada’s largest logging company, threw two multi-million dollar lawsuits at Greenpeace and Stand.Earth for speaking out for the protection of the Canadian boreal forest, people around the world did...

Summer in an NGO

Blog entry by Wednesday Dawn P. Abelgas | May 30, 2017

Summer 2017 is the time I get to start another chapter in my life and begin another journey to learn new things. It is also at this moment where I begin my internship in my chosen organization— Greenpeace. The reason is I’ve always...

Of fears, tears, and laughter

Blog entry by Jobet Peñalosa | May 20, 2017

When I got invited to be part of the planning committee for the volunteers’ camp, I eagerly said yes, knowing full well that this will be on top of my currently overwhelming work schedule. Saying yes was not so much a masochistic...

Inspiring the youth to take climate action

Blog entry by Jenny Tuazon | May 16, 2017

Social movements develop and grow to match the circumstances they face. For the past two years I’ve witnessed the growth of the anti-coal movement in Atimonan, Quezon, led by the Catholic Church through the work of the  Our Lady of the...

#reSISTERS

Blog entry by Jezreel Belleza | May 14, 2017

On 5 May 2017, the Commission of Appointments (CA) rejected Gina Lopez as Secretary of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR). The decision to choose big business interests over someone with the chutzpah to go after...

Beyond rejection

Blog entry by Johanna Fernandez | May 10, 2017

It was a few minutes past 7 in the evening when environmental and civil society groups held a candlelight vigil in front of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources central office last Monday. Representatives from different...

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