The issues we work on:

Energy Community "Saerbeck" in North Rhine-Westfalia © Bente Stachowske / Greenpeace

Energy

We challenge the power of fossil fuel corporations, bolster support for renewable and citizen-powered energy and seek to hold big polluters to account.

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Raising a Wind Turbine in Durban. © Shayne Robinson / Greenpeace
#EnergyRevolution

Renewable energy is cheap, sustainable, and already making our planet more green and peaceful.

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Sunrise Over Reef in Komodo National Park © Paul Hilton / Greenpeace

Nature

Focusing on great global forests and oceans we aim to preserve, protect and restore the most valuable ecosystems for the climate and for biodiversity.

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Ecological Farmer in Kenya © Cheryl-Samantha Owen / Greenpeace
#Food

Food connects us and sustains us. A growing movement of farmers, citizens and entrepreneurs know a better food future is possible.

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Tavolo Community School in Papua New Guinea. © Greenpeace / John Novis

People

We want to tear apart the way corporations and governments collude to make a profit at the expense of both people and planet.

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Plastic Consumption in Mexico. © Argelia Zacatzi / Greenpeace
#Consumption

Buy. Use. Throw away. Buy more. Fast food, fast fashion, single use plastic and disposable electronics are trashing our planet. Let’s buy less, live more.

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Delivering Medical Supplies to Pentacost Island. © Steven Lyon / Greenpeace

Our ships

For nearly 50 years, Greenpeace has been sailing the world's oceans protecting our planet and fighting for environmental justice.

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Rainbow Warrior Sailing in Bali. © Bagus Windhi Santika / Greenpeace
#RainbowWarrior

Synonymous with breaking boundaries and fearless campaigning, Greenpeace has sailed with the name Rainbow Warrior since 1978.

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Latest Updates

Brumadinho Environmental Crime in Brazil. © Christian Braga
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The death of a river

by Thaís Herrero

The extensive impacts caused by the Brumadinho dam collapse in Brazil range from the painful deaths of loved ones to the destruction of the everyday life of the people who…

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There’s something rotten with the meat industry

by Nora Holzman and Katarzyna Jagiełło

The way we produce meat puts profit above public health and is a disaster for the environment. It contributes to deforestation, causes animals to suffer, it pollutes rivers and oceans..

"We Have Had Enough" Demonstration in Berlin. © Gordon Welters / Greenpeace