Greenpeace Japan strongly condemns the decision of the of Prime Minister Suga’s cabinet to dispose of over 1.23 million tons of radioactive waste water.
Fishing pressure on the Indian Ocean high seas threatens ocean health, coastal livelihoods and iconic species, with governments failing to act, a new Greenpeace report shows
The Indian Ocean is home to immense biodiversity, yet It is estimated that around one third of the assessed fish populations here are overfished.
Activists on the Greenpeace ship Rainbow Warrior have taken the first ever action at sea against companies preparing to mine the Pacific Ocean seabed.
In its official report on SARS-CoV-2’s origins the World Health Organization pointed to the potential disease risks of contact between wildlife and people.
“We welcome the fact that Switzerland will finally have to respond to the arguments of Senior Women for Climate Protection Switzerland."
In honour of Women’s History Month, we want to highlight the women who were part of the start of the incredible Greenpeace journey.
“Being from an island nation I know first-hand just how important healthy oceans are, not just to our climate but to the billions of people in the Global South who…
The Greenpeace ship Arctic Sunrise is in the Indian Ocean, to document and confront the threats our oceans face. Join our journey.
“After three decades of trying, certification has failed to prevent ecosystem destruction and rights abuses associated with key products such palm oil, soya and wood..."