This September 2021, Greenpeace will celebrate 50 years of environmental activism, dating from the launch of the first Greenpeace campaign to stop a nuclear bomb test in Alaska.
This past May, Greenpeace International hosted a live conversation with a panel of dynamic speakers about extractivism in Latin America and the communities that are resisting it.
The time is ticking on this potential environmental bomb, while Yemen is experiencing the world’s worst humanitarian crisis.
We are proud to be an inclusive organization that celebrates the diversity of our staff. We believe we can only have a green and peaceful future when there’s social justice…
Tons of potentially toxic microplastics used to make single-use plastic packaging are covering Sri Lanka’s western coastline.
How does an engineering student, in the era of expanding space exploration, become an ecologist? In my case: Rachel Carson, the Cuyahoga River, Gregory Bateson, Bateson, Fools Crow, and a…
Green public spaces have a multitude of benefits for people and planet.
If you’re curious about the real sea-to-shelf story behind seafood, then read (or watch) on.
Within the climate debate, the biggest deception comes down to a single word: net.
With both World Bicycle Day and World Environment Day being celebrated in June, why not embrace the many ways we can enjoy all that the city has to offer.