Our vision

We need a world where oceans and forests are protected and are allowed to flourish. We need a new story to emerge, one that places the entire Earth’s ability to thrive above the greed of a few.

Defending Our Oceans Tour - Hawaii Trash (Hawaii: 2006) © Greenpeace / Alex Hofford
Expedition to Pilato Lake in Italy to Detox the Great Outdoors © Roberto Isotti / Greenpeace

What you can do


Restore Forests. Restore Hope.

Companies promised to get deforestation out of their products by 2020, but they are nowhere near that goal.

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#Arctic Sunrise #Esperanza #Oceans

Protect the Oceans

What if we treated our oceans like they matter?

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Save the Amazon

Losing the Amazon means losing the home of Indigenous and traditional communities, precious habitats, and the fight against climate change.

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Forests are life

We’re fighting to protect forests around the globe from deforestation and degradation.

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#Consumption #Oceans

Call for a Plastic-Free Future

We are calling on people around the world to create a “Million Acts of Blue”.

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#Consumption #Food

Eat less meat, more plants, tell your friends

The meat and dairy industry’s relentless quest for profit is putting all of us at risk.

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#Oceans #Oil

Defend the Amazon reef

Let’s make the world know about this underwater treasure!

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#Climate #Forests

Protect Rainforests

For decades, people like you have been taking action to stop deforestation, expose destructive companies, and protect Indigenous rights.

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#Climate #Oceans

Create an Antarctic sanctuary

Almost half our planet is a vast blue wilderness, outside of the boundaries of flags, languages and national divisions.

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#Climate #Consumption #Food

Reconnect with food

Right now, most of us don’t know where our food comes from.

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Defend the Great Northern Forest

The Great Northern Forest plays a crucial role in the survival of all life on Earth.

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Save the bees

Some pesticides pose direct risk to pollinators.

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Latest updates

Paulo Paulino Guajajara, a leader of the Guajajara Indigenous group was ambushed and killed by illegal loggers who invaded his land in Brazil. © Midia Ninja

The Life and Death of the Guajajara

by Carol Marçal

Twenty-six-year-old Paulo Paulino Guajajara’s life was violently taken as he was trying to protect the territory of his people from the greed of those who only see money when they…