Take action: tell MEPs to stop the EU greenwashing of fossil gas and nuclear energy
Will you let the story of Europe’s energy transition be written by Putin, Gazprom and the nuclear industry?17/05/2022
Can we prove Putin wrong?
Before the invasion of Ukraine, Europe could choose how quickly to wean itself off fossil fuels. Now there is no choice: it must do so as fast as possible, for…13/05/2022
Rugby World Cup: dump TotalEnergies’ sponsorship!
Greenpeace France have written an open letter to the organisers of the 2023 Rugby World Cup calling for them to drop TotalEnergies, an oil and gas major, as a sponsor.06/04/2022
Happy 30th birthday, EU! Time to grow up.
A significant birthday is a good time for a reality check. As the Maastricht Treaty hits 30, it’s time for the European Union to rethink its fiscal priorities and face…09/02/2022
Don’t Look Up, climate anxiety, and the lies that are fueling the climate crisis
Don't Look Up shows us how powerful corporations work to delay meaningful political action. Greenpeace and others are fighting back against fossil fuel industry lies, says Georgia Whitaker.21/01/2022
How to make Europe’s cities more liveable for people – not cars
To achieve deep and permanent cuts in air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions, cars must become the exception in cities, not the rule. Bold political action will be needed at…21/09/2021
5 reasons why burning trees for energy is bad for climate, people and nature
Have you heard about the latest fake climate solutions that our policy makers are pushing? Burning wood as ‘renewable energy’ is being sold to us as a sustainable practice. In…07/07/2021
Invisible methane leakages all over Europe fuelling the climate crisis
Alarming new images of significant and unaddressed methane leaks taken in seven European countries reveal industry negligence, regulatory ignorance, and a hidden climate disaster, writes Silvia Pastorelli.25/06/2021
Is your money used for meat advertising?
The meat and dairy industries in Europe have a problem. More and more people are cutting back on their steaks, their minced meat and their chicken wings – or cutting…08/06/2021
Why is EU farm policy so hard to change?
Since the latest update to the EU’s common agricultural policy was proposed in 2018, it has dragged through the EU’s institutions, and has harvested some serious criticism.24/05/2021