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Every action counts – and online campaign actions like signing a petition, emailing a friend, or sharing an image helps build a movement of people campaigning for a green and peaceful world.

Big companies and politicians pay attention to petitions, emails in their inboxes and posts on Facebook that mention them. Lots of people taking simple actions can change the world – and you don’t have to climb a smoke stack to help win campaigns with Greenpeace. Please take action today

Sainsbury's drop John West

If the major UK supermarkets refuse to stock this dirty tuna, John West’s business will be under threat, and they’ll have no choice but clean up their practices.

Amazon: Stand with the Munduruku

The heart of the Amazon rainforest is under threat. A huge new mega-dam could flood an entire area around the Tapajós river, destroying the home of Indigenous People and rare wildlife. But one Indigenous community, the Munduruku, are fighting back - and they need you to join them.
Greg Clark Fracking protests

Fracking: Don't Silence Us

Last year, Lancashire council said NO to the fracking industry. In a move that makes a mockery of local democracy, Westminster politicians have announced they will 'call in' the council's decision. Tell Greg Clark to respect Lancashire democratic right to say no to fracking.
Chancellor George Osborne and Hinkley power station

Don't Waste Billions Of £s On Nuclear Power

George Osborne is on the cusp of wasting billions on nuclear power. The new nuclear plant he wants to build at Hinkley in Somerset is set to be the most expensive object on Earth – and already it’s at least 8 years overdue.Sign the petition to Chancellor George Osborne
David Cameron Microbeads and Brushing Teeth

Ban Microbeads

Harmful plastic "microbeads" are unnecessarily put in the face scrubs and toothpastes we use every day. They are too small to be filtered, so end up in our oceans - and the creatures swimming in them. Tell David Cameron to follow President Obama by banning the use of polluting plastic microbeads.

Sign the Clean Air Petition now

Air pollution in the UK is responsible for cutting short 40,000 lives every year. It’s now a public health crisis, where children, the elderly and the most vulnerable people in our society are most affected by dangerous and toxic air. Sign the petition to David Cameron now

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