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Cargill silo, Bolivia

Cargill named ‘Worst Company in the World’

New report documents US-based agribusiness giant’s ‘ineptitude and incoherence at a grand scale’.
Lego tiger model

BRICKLIVE Big Cats exhibition

‘Everything is Roarsome’ for LEGO fans this summer.
The world's biggest jute bag

New record in the bag

World’s biggest jute bag created by school kids to encourage people to go plastic free.
The dangers of deep sea mining

The dangers of deep sea mining

The UK Government has backed the call to safeguard our oceans – but is also a leading advocate for deep sea mining.
P.E.A. Awards 2019 – enter or nominate now

Emergency on planet Earth

P.E.A. Awards 2019 will showcase everyday solutions to the climate emergency.
Recycling bags incinerated

Recycling bags incinerated

London recycling bags put in incineration bins as waste workers pressured to sort items in less than two seconds.
Will we move to Mars?

Will we move to Mars?

Almost half of the nation’s children believe humans will live on Mars within their lifetime.
Huntly, Aberdeenshire

Britain’s clean energy milestone

‘Watershed moment’ for Britain's energy as zero-carbon power overtakes fossil fuels.
Plastic Free Awards – entries open

Plastic Free Awards

New awards to celebrate environmental heroes fighting plastic pollution.
COP26

COP26

UK bids for COP26 presidency in partnership with Italy.
Greenpeace swimmer in front of BP rig

BP in the North Sea

Greenpeace ship forces BP oil rig into third U-turn away from major North Sea drill site.
River Mersey is proportionally more polluted than the Great Pacific Garbage Patch

Microplastics in every UK river tested

River Mersey is proportionally more polluted than the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.
A plastic diet

A plastic diet

Revealed: human ingestion of plastic could equate to a credit card a week.
Theresa May: we will end UK contribution to climate change by 2050

Net zero by 2050

Theresa May: we will end UK contribution to climate change by 2050.
Visitors could help canals and rivers become plastic free in a year

Waterways Plastics Challenge

Call to ‘act local’ to stop plastics entering the UK’s rivers and canals and ending up in the world’s oceans.
Slash-and-burn agriculture in Belize

‘Education, education, education’

Ben Fogle on solving the nature crisis.
A blue wave is set to engulf the UK on World Oceans Day

A blue wave

The UK is set to be engulfed by blue waves on World Oceans Day 2019.
Going clean just got easy (and cheap)

Going clean just got easy

My Green Pod has launched a crowdfunder to create a subscription service for clean products.
In India air pollution extinguishes more life per person than terrorism

World Environment Day

This World Environment Day, people around the globe are pushing for climate justice.
Cornwall Bedruthan Steps

Protecting UK waters

UK becomes 'ocean champion' with 41 new Marine Conservation Zones.