Posts by Greenpeace International
Greenpeace calls for global treaty to include the whole life cycle of plastics18 January 2022
We need a global plastics treaty that will quickly move us away from unnecessary plastic packaging and support the development of refill and reuse systems on a global scale. Anything…
10 inspiring environmental victories of 202116 December 2021
Hope is a natural resource too, and it can sometimes feel in short supply. Here are 10 important and inspiring wins for people and the planet from this year.
TotalEnergies and ExxonMobil to do seismic testing in whale grounds, Greenpeace report shows15 December 2021
"Total and Exxon are exposing endangered species and crucial ecosystems to unbearable noise and pollution from seismic blasts and deep-sea drilling operations."
‘This monster machine is built for profit: nothing else’ – activists scale vast deep sea mining vessel as governments meet to discuss fate of seafloor10 December 2021
'Make no mistake, this monster machine is built for profit: nothing else. It’s not for delicately exploring the seafloor'
Greenpeace solidarity statement with Wet’suwet’en People23 November 2021
Canada should not be expropriating Wet’suwet’en territory for a pipeline company. Colonial violence against land and water defenders must end.
Detoxing fashion supply chains is a game changer, but without regulation climate damage by the industry continues – Greenpeace23 November 2021
An assessment of 29 leading brands, including Nike, adidas, H&M, G-Star and Primark, finds that voluntary commitments are nowhere near enough to slow down fast fashion
Self regulation: a fashion fairytale23 November 2021
A new Greenpeace Germany report shows that Detoxing fashion supply chains is a game changer but without regulation climate damage by the industry continues.
Amazon Deforestation rate highest since 200619 November 2021
Record-breaking numbers show the extent of the destruction Bolsonaro’s government is enabling, despite the government’s greenwashing attempts at COP26.
COP26 ends in Glasgow13 November 2021
“It’s meek, it’s weak and the 1.5C goal is only just alive, but a signal has been sent that the era of coal is ending. And that matters."
Latest text published at COP26 – Greenpeace response13 November 2021
"The key line about fossil fuels is still in the text. It’s weak and compromised, but it’s a breakthrough, it’s a bridgehead and we have to fight like hell to…