Greenpeace Is A Global Movement.
We are more powerful, more influential, when we are open and ready to embrace everyone who is committed to creating a green and peaceful future. We have marched alongside social justice organizations, spoken out beside workers and corporate leaders and developed innovative, groundbreaking campaigns with environmental organizations around the world.
We invite you to learn more about the work we are doing, joining a global environmental movement that will take you from city centers in the U.S. to forest outposts in the Amazon to remote villages in the Arctic to the very bottom of the sea.
Greenpeace Live is your opportunity to go behind the scenes with our campaigners, researchers and media experts. It is an ongoing series of casual conversations, interactive discussions, and events taking place online.
Compass, Greenpeace’s quarterly members’ magazine, is a field report on the campaigns our members are helping wage around the world. By clicking the button below, you’ll travel from our Greenpeace Fund website to Greenpeace, Inc., where you can access Compass e-magazine’s high-definition videos, photos, and interactive content.
Greenpeace Greenwire is a place where people like you connect with other volunteers, activists, and groups working on environmental campaigns all across the country.
Notes from the Field
Hear about the work that Greenpeace campaigners, allies, explorers and scientists are doing in their own words. Our periodic Notes from the Field series takes you into ancient forests, to the bottom of the sea and beyond.
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Greenpeace is the world's leading independent, environmental campaigning organization. We do not take money from governments or corporations.Every ship in our fleet, every expedition we lead and every journey we take is powered by the support of private foundations and people like you.