In a piece published on the Huffington Post, Dr. Rachel Smolker, co-director of Biofuelwatch, and Anne Petermann, coordinator of the Campaign STOP GE Trees, review the actions of the Brazilian Landless Workers Movement (or MST) last month, where 1,000 MST women… Read More
View Photo Exhibit here The ¡Buen Vivir! galley, in the international headquarters of Global Justice Ecology Project, is curated by Orin Langelle, director of Langelle Photography, and GJEP Board Chair. Langelle Photography is a part of GJEP’s Social… Read More
GMO Trees Approved in Brazil in Violation of National Law and International Protocols Common Sense & Precaution Ignored Montevideo, UY and New York, US (9 April 2015) – Today the Brazilian Technical Commission on Biosafety (CTNBio) formally approved… Read More
Concerned citizens demonstrated at Brazilian consulates and embassies located around the world this week, as part of a second week of global protests demanding that the Brazilian government reject an industry request to commercialize genetically engineered (GE) eucalyptus… Read More
Here are reports from all the amazing protests happening all over the world (with more to come!!). Show your solidarity with those fighting GE trees in Brazil! Sign the petition and tell the Brazilian Biosafety Commission to REJECT GE trees…. Read More
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