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A strong rebound in air traffic reflects a healthy economic dynamic and a renewed ability for people to travel, it runs counter to ambitions to reduce CO2 emissions set out by public authorities.
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This is "a very serious blow" to Russian environmental protection, says Greenpeace.
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Shell Chairperson Andrew Mackenzie was unable to start the meeting for more than an hour as protesters stood up, chanting and singing “Shut down Shell" and “Go to hell, Shell.”
12 Italian citizens are suing one of the world's biggest oil companies
The company and the Italian government are being sued for failing to protect life.
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Extinction Rebellion has issued a warning to the UK government that they will escalate their protests if their demands are not met.
EU faces legal action for labelling gas and nuclear as ‘green’
The groups are targeting the EU's "taxonomy", a list of investments that can be labelled and marketed as sustainable in Europe.
Germany winds down its last nuclear plants
Experts such as Claudia Kemfert from the German Institute for Economic Research in Berlin say the 5% share of Germany's electricity currently coming from its remaining three reactors can be easily replaced without risking blackouts.
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As millions face fuel poverty, a Greenpeace study has found that number of private jet flights is soaring in Europe.
Watch: Upside down car stuck in a Berlin street
Greenpeace held a protest on Wednesday against Germany's stance on combustion engines in Europe. The Transport Ministry has indicated it won’t back a planned European Union ban on the sale of new cars with combustion engines from 2035.
Greenpeace blame 2022 Oder river poisoning on mining
A mass fish die-off in Oder river will happen again unless the Polish government places curbs on the mining industry, Greenpeace have warned.
This map shows the environmental consequences of the war in Ukraine
Millions of hectares of forest and nature reserve have been affected since 24 February last year.
The EU is being sued over 'green' labels for nuclear and gas
Under European Commission rules, certain nuclear and gas investments are deemed climate friendly. Environmental campaigners plan to take the EC to court.
Greenpeace activists occupy vessel carrying Shell oil platform
Activists from environmental group Greenpeace boarded a vessel contracted to Shell as it sailed in the Atlantic Ocean on Tuesday, demanding that the Anglo-Dutch oil giant "stop drilling and start paying".
View: Why did a fossil fuel giant destroy Lützerath? Because it can
The German village is a devastating example of the crimes committed by the fossil fuel industry, writes Greenpeace Germany's executive director.
Inside the submarine mission to protect 95% of Antarctica’s waters
There is less ice in Antarctica ‘right now than at any other time in recorded history.’
Is travelling to the Davos forum by private jet hypocritical?
A private jet was used for a 21km journey to the 2022 World Economic Forum in Davos, Greenpeace reveals.
View: Transport is a huge blindspot in the EU’s energy crisis response
As the bloc’s Russian oil embargo looms, a Greenpeace campaigner writes it’s time to overhaul our 'oil-guzzling' transport systems.
WATCH: Greenpeace activists stage Black Friday protest in Madrid
On Friday Greenpeace activists in Madrid targeted shops holding sales, with signs such as ‘made for the bin’. The group says the high levels of consumerism and production encouraged by the reductions leads to higher levels of carbon dioxide emissions, as well as unnecessary waste.
SHEIN’s clothes contain ‘hazardous chemicals,’ Greenpeace claim
Environmental campaign group Greenpeace have accused fashion giant SHIEN of breaching EU chemical laws.