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GJEP is dedicated to protecting forests, forest dependent peoples, wildlife and biodiversity from threats such as genetically engineered trees, industrial tree plantations, clearcutting and climate change.  We use strategies including movement building, community education, documentary photojournalism, media outreach and direct action to achieve our objectives.

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Pulp and Paper Industry a Culprit in Spread of Chilean Wildfires

The wildfires in Chile that killed at least 11 people have been fueled by plantations of non-indigenous forests, such as eucalyptus and pine, according to biologists. “About 42% of the forest fires are in plantation forests, which are like matchboxes,”… Read More

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Will Donald Trump Impact Future of Genetically Engineered Trees?

After Six Years USDA, GE Tree Company ArborGen Fail to Launch GE Eucalyptus  New York (12 January 2017) – Tuesday, 17 January 2017, the eve of the new Trump Presidency, will mark six years since genetically engineered tree (GE)… Read More

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Spread of Invasive GE Bentgrass Sign of Things to Come for GE Trees?

Scott’s creeping bentgrass is genetically engineered to withstand applications of Monsanto’s Roundup. GE bentgrass escaped from test trials in Oregon in 2003 and are still uncontained after years of eradication efforts. The USDA is considering deregulating creeping bentgrass, which… Read More

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