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Pushed 21 companies to cut emissions

This year, we pressured Optus to become the final major Australian telco to commit to switch to 100% renewable electricity. In total we have pushed 21 major companies from Coles and Woolworths to Bunnings and Kmart to commit to power their businesses with renewable electricity by 2025.

Greenpeace Saved the Bight

Saved the Bight

In 2020, after a relentless campaign, the Norwegian oil giant Equinor withdrew its plans to drill for oil in the Great Australian Bight. This comes after Chevron and BP also withdrew their plans thanks to the pressure from Greenpeace and local communities.

Turtles Plastic

Ended single use plastic bags

In 2018, Australia's two major supermarkets, Coles and Woolworths, committed to phasing out single-use plastic bags and made further commitments to reducing plastic in their supply chains.

Choose Whales Not Woodside

We need your continued help to put pressure on Woodside to stop the Burrup Hub project from being completed.

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