New footage catches APRIL destroying the rainforest in Borneo

Posted by Richardg — 23 February 2015 at 2:23pm - Comments

Our research team has sent us the first batch of footage from the Indonesian rainforest. They were documenting rainforest destruction by APRIL - the paper company that Santander loaned millions of pounds to.

2013 was HUGE. And this is what the highlights look like in 4'15"

Posted by Nic S — 27 December 2013 at 1:00am - Comments

Whether you're new to Greenpeace, or an original old-timer - thank you for an incredible year.

Video: how to climb the tallest building in western Europe

Posted by victoriah — 24 July 2013 at 6:08pm - Comments

Since the six of us climbed the Shard, many people have asked: how did we do it? How much training did it take? How did we go to the toilet?

VIDEO: There’s a badass in Brussels

Posted by Elena Polisano — 4 April 2013 at 10:35pm - Comments

There's something big happening in Europe right now. Politicians are debating laws that could drastically cut CO2 from cars. And less CO2 means less need for oil and a safer Arctic.

Let's smash CO2 emissions! Check out our latest video and tell our politicians that we want cleaner cars now.

Annus Horribilis: New works in oil

Posted by Nic S — 7 March 2013 at 3:15pm - Comments

When Shell opened their annual wine and dine reception at the National Gallery last night, we made sure their exclusive invitees were treated to a evening of fine works of art in oil. Shell have had a disastrous year, so we captured the drama on canvas. Shell may have paused Arctic drilling for this year, but we're not going away until the Arctic is safe for good.

Join Countdown to Zero screenings across the UK for Demand For Zero day

Posted by Louise Edge — 20 June 2011 at 12:16pm - Comments

A mind boggling $1,000 billion will be spent by the world’s nine nuclear-armed powers (including Britain) over the next decade on modernising nuclear weapons, says campaign group Global Zero - while UK budgets for social and environmental spending are slashed. 

But, you can do something: learn more about the issues by heading to your local cinema tomorrow, Tuesday June 21, to join the UK premiere of Countdown to Zero for Demand Zero Day.

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