The Amazon and its people are under threat – the UK must act
The UK government has an opportunity to play its part in halting the destruction of the Amazon and the assault on its Indigenous peoples
The UK government has a chance to make its supply chains deforestation free – will it step up?
The UK Environment Bill includes measures to tackle illegal deforestation, but this is only half the story.
Green spaces deserve to be protected – in the UK and around the world
We wouldn’t accept our local parks being ripped up for the sake of profit. Nor should we accept that the eradication of vital tropical ecosystems is simply the cost of doing business
Two years on from the UK’s declaration of climate emergency, we need less bluster and more action from the UK government
Two years ago today, the UK Parliament declared a climate emergency. As the UK gears up to host the G7 Summit and COP26, the government has a once-in-a-generation opportunity to show real global climate leadership. But the question is, will its rhetoric be matched with action?
Why climate risk reporting will not stop the finance industry bankrolling deforestation
With mounting evidence that self-regulation by financial institutions is failing to curb forest destruction, it is clear that government intervention is needed
The UK government’s move to legislate to tackle imported deforestation is a welcome step but must go further
Proposed new law is an important opportunity to end the UK’s complicity in global deforestation
Our commitments on racial justice
As the world begins to open its eyes to the depth and scale of racial injustice crisis in the US, we as an organisation need to recognise our role
An important first step for UK leadership on deforestation
By introducing new measures, the UK government can ensure business plays its part in protecting the world's forests
Funding Fossil Fuels Overseas is Not Climate Leadership
BBC Newsnight report shines important light on UK funding fossil fuels abroad