URGENT ACTION ALERT: Help Stop USDA Approval of Genetically Engineered Eucalyptus Trees

 The red cockaded woodpecker is one of the endangered species imperiled by the proposed development of GE eucalyptus plantations in its habitat in the US Southeast. Photo courtesy: USFWS Demand the USDA reject genetically engineered eucalyptus trees in the US… Read More

Threat of GE Eucalyptus Topic at Tomorrow’s March Against Monsanto Event in Miami

Our own GE Tree Campaigner Ruddy Turnstone will speak about GE eucalyptus trees tomorrow, May 20, at the 5th Annual March Against Monsanto After-Party event, which will be held  at Toejam Backlot, 150 NW 21st. Street in Miami, Florida…. Read More

New Book Celebrates Guatemalan Arts and Crafts Traditions

Marilyn Anderson is a long time GJEP friend and supporter, and resident of Rochester, NY .  Her newest book is Guardianes de las artes: grabados de artistas y artesanos de Guatemala/ Guardians of the Arts: Prints of Guatemalan Artists… Read More

My Crime Is My Struggle: Four MST Members Imprisoned for Protesting

Since November 2016 four members of the Brazilian Landless Rural Workers Movement (MST) have been in prison, and another seven could be imprisoned at any moment, for protesting against public land grabbing and supporting the use of this… Read More

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Orin Langelle’s photos featured in Paris’ L’Œil de la Photographie

Peter Beard and Jackie Kennedy Onassis walk through crowd during the opening of The End of the Game – The Last Word from Paradise Orin Langelle is the Strategic Communications Director and co-founder of Global Justice Ecology Project.  He… Read More

Standing Rock Lives on as Model for Peaceful Resistance

Excerpted from op-ed by Four Arrows for TruthOut: Police have now taken full control of the Oceti Sakowin Camp, following an ours-long siege today at Standing Rock. A number of Water Protectors were forced to flee en masse… Read More

WATCH: Rising Tide Vermont Presented Award by GJEP’s Anne Petermann, Orin Langelle

Global Justice Ecology Project’s Anne Petermann and Orin Langelle presented the Ed Everts Activist Award Ceremony to Rising Tide Vermont at the Peace and Justice Center in Vermont on Jan. 19. Environmentalist Bill McKibben was a co-presenter of the… Read More

World Bank Put On Notice: Do Not Jeopardizes Farmers’ Right to Seeds, Food Security

Ahead of World Bank’s release of the 2017 “Enabling the Business of Agriculture” (EBA) report this month, 157 organizations and academics from around the world denounce the Bank’s scheme to hijack farmers’ right to seeds, attack on food… Read More

Top Ecuadorian Environmental Group Wins Legal Battle Threatening Closure

The following comes from Leila Salazar-López, Executive Director for Amazon Watch. Ecuador’s Environment Ministry just announced that it has rejected the Interior Ministry’s request to shut down Acción Ecológica. Thank you for taking action and contributing to this important victory… Read More