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Body Shop stores have closed, but we can’t let its products disappear | Sali Hughes
Anita Roddick’s visionary brand paved the way for ethical beauty. It would be wrong to lose it now

Sali Hughes

17, May, 2024 @7:00 AM

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Emma Thompson and Greta Thunberg among critics of Shell’s Greenpeace case
More than 30 public figures sign letter condemning $1m legal action

Matthew Taylor

01, Apr, 2024 @10:20 AM

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Failure to insulate UK homes costing thousands of lives a year, says report
Analysis finds 58 people have died due to cold homes every winter day since 2013 Tory pledge to ‘cut the green crap’

Matthew Taylor Environment correspondent

13, Mar, 2024 @9:12 AM

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Land clearing: two million hectares of Queensland forest destroyed in five years, new analysis shows
Research finds almost all land cleared in the state between 2016 and 2021 in areas where threatened species habitat ‘likely to occur’

Aston Brown

05, Mar, 2024 @2:00 PM

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UK spends least among major European economies on low-carbon energy policy, study shows
Britain spent about £26.2bn in three years on low-carbon measures, less than Italy, Germany, France and Spain, Greenpeace finds

Fiona Harvey Environment editor

05, Mar, 2024 @5:01 AM

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Norway has made a vital climate leap. This is how Britain can do the same | Tessa Khan
A historic legal victory in Oslo has boosted our campaign against the Rosebank field and other British drilling projects, says Tessa Khan of the climate action organisation Uplift

Tessa Khan

31, Jan, 2024 @7:00 AM

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Chris Bowen says agreement on global fossil fuel phase out central to Australia’s renewable energy plans
Australia’s climate minister says summit must aim to keep 1.5C goal alive as he names Saudi Arabia as a block to agreement

Adam Morton in Dubai

11, Dec, 2023 @9:50 AM

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Deep sea miners turn water hoses on Greenpeace activists in the Pacific
Protesters have been using canoes and dinghies to obstruct deep sea mining exploration vessel between Mexico and Hawaii

Damien Gayle and wires

02, Dec, 2023 @3:36 PM

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Unilever accused of breaking plastics pledge as sachet sales approach 53bn
Greenpeace says consumer goods group is badly off track to meet target of halving virgin plastic use by 2025

Helena Horton Environment reporter

28, Nov, 2023 @12:01 AM

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Burrup Hub gas project could release 13 times Australia’s annual carbon emissions, analysis suggests
Greenpeace-led research discussed in Canberra with independent Kate Chaney saying politicians need to understand ‘sheer scale’ of what is planned in WA

Adam Morton Climate and environment editor

27, Nov, 2023 @4:05 AM

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Tax corporate polluters and rich to help tackle climate crisis, Jeremy Hunt told
In letter to Guardian, campaigners say billions could be raised to help finance decarbonisation

Richard Partington Economics correspondent

20, Nov, 2023 @12:01 AM

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Shell sues Greenpeace for $2.1m in damages over fossil fuel protest in North Sea
Energy firm’s lawsuit seeks indefinite block on protesters targeting its infrastructure

Jillian Ambrose

09, Nov, 2023 @5:03 PM

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