Two-thirds of the globe lie under water and the future of our planet is inexorably tied to what happens at sea. With today’s UN World Environment Day themed around Beat Plastic Pollution, it’s worth taking a moment to reflect on why we need a healthy ocean
Ocean Week, an in-depth look at the work done by our dedicated Ocean campaigners, the issues on which they focus and the real-world changes they make. We take you into the history of our Ocean work, from the 1983 investigation that led to our creation to current efforts to save the critically endangered vaquita
Blue Planet II offered a much-needed reminder of our powerful connections to the ocean. The sea provides us with oxygen and food vital for human life, acts as an enormous carbon sink and generates income for billions around the world. Yet our relationship with the ocean is, for the most part, one-sided and exploitative
We released a report quizzing Europe’s supermarkets on the climate impacts of their refrigeration. Supermarket refrigeration has taken a significant toll on the climate and hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs), the greenhouse gases widely used in cooling systems, are a big part of the problem
The first post-Paris climate conference promised to make headway on devising a means to implement the Paris Agreement. Hopes were high for these talks to make progress but just into the first week both delegates and observers were sideswiped by arch-climate sceptic Donald Trump winning the US presidency.