Greenpeace exists because this fragile earth deserves a voice. It needs solutions. It needs change. It needs action.
Cities with only zero-emissions cars: Good start Cities investing in clean, safe, and community-focused public transport, cycling and walking infrastructure? Even better.
There is now no corner of the globe which can't be reached by airborne microplastic particles. Isn't it time we #BreakFreeFromPlastic ?
With all the challenges we’re facing in the world, we need to stand together. Together, let’s protect the most vulnerable, to progress toward the good. #UmmaForEarth Join the movement >> <<
The @gp_sunrise is in the #IndianOcean and exposing how industrial fishing is threatening the health of our oceans, the livelihoods of people living in coastal regions and the existence of incredible wildlife. Join the movement to #ProtectTheOceans now >>
💻 Near a Laptop / Desktop? 🗣 Fluent in English? ✊ Familiar with Greenpeace websites? Here's your chance to help reorganise our websites! The "card sorting" activity can be done on your own, grouping topics according to what makes most sense to you >>
Ever wondered what the 448 million tons of CO2 generated by a new coal mine would actually look like? #ClimateEmergency
Greenpeace is turning 50 this year! As part of our commemoration we are launching an open challenge inviting supporters to create a design which captures not only 50 years of Greenpeace's history — but also the future we want to see! Enter here:
Each year, the #climatecrisis makes fires, floods and other environmental disasters more destructive, and these extreme weather events disproportionately impact people of color and low-income communities.
There are diseases that have been hidden in ice for thousands of years. Now, as the climate warms, they're waking up
Seriously this was special. We played “the 1975” by the 1975 which is a speech by Greta Thunberg with a backing track. Many people were crying. We’ve never seen anything like this in Glasgow before with so many people. #ClimateStrike
Today, the Japanese government decided to dump over 1.23 million tons of Fukushima radioactive waste water stored into the Pacific Ocean. This decision completely disregards the human rights and interests of the people in Fukushima, wider Japan, and the Asia-Pacific region. [1/3]
This heartwarming penguin story made us very happy this week #InternationalDayOfHappiness
Around 1 million species now face extinction, many within the next few decades. Experts are warning that the nature crisis could be as dangerous as the climate crisis as we all depend on nature.
Greta has done amazing work in calling for action on the #ClimateEmergency . But don't forget Ridhima, Kaluki, Aditya, Nina, Autumn, Leah, or any of the other incredible young activists working for the future of this planet.