GJEP Summer Update: News and Celebration

Global Justice Ecology Project has a lot of exciting news and upcoming events to share. First and foremost, this September 14-15, GJEP celebrates its 15th Anniversary. The two-day party includes the opening for a new exhibit at our ¡Buen Vivir! Gallery… Read More

Spring Update From Global Justice Ecology Project

Adirondack State Park, NY   Photo: photolangelle.org This coming year holds great promise for GJEP’s programs. We have a ton of great work planned with the work to stop genetically engineered trees; our Global Justice Media Program continues its… Read More

A look at the 2014 Climate March in New York City three years later

A march for climate justice in Durban, South Africa in 2011 during the UN Climate Conference there.  PhotoLangelle.org I wrote the following piece in July 2014 while in Venezuela for a gathering of climate justice activists meeting in… Read More

GE Trees Action Camp Starts This Week!

SIGN UP NOW! Thank you for your interest in the GE Trees Action camp taking place this September 24th-27th in North Carolina. Please fill out the below application. Accepted participants will be notified of the camp’s exact location and asked to provide… Read More

Struggles for Justice Exhibit: Review & Closing Reception 6/19

The Struggles for Justice: Forests, Land and Human Rights Exhibit–Late 80s to Late 90s exhibit continues through June 19 at the ¡Buen Vivir! Gallery, at which time photographer Orin Langelle will give a walk-through and talk about the various photos,… Read More

Potential Impacts of Tree Plantation Projects under the CDM – An African Case Study

In December 2009, Timberwatch released a preliminary report by Blessing Karumbidza & Wally Menne titled: Potential Impacts of Tree Plantation Projects under the CDM – An African Case Study    Click here to download the report After visits to… Read More

GJEP and Youth Groups Take Action at UN Climate Talks in Cancun

Groups Protest U.N. Climate Summit for Shutting Out Civil Society Cross-posted from Democracy Now! As the Cancún climate talks headed toward a conclusion on Friday, civil society groups spoke out against what they said was a flawed United… Read More

Press Release: Indigenous Environmental Network Denounces the Cancun Betrayal

For Immediate Release: Dec 11, 2010 Media Contacts: IEN media hotline in Cancun: +52 998 108 0748 (available through Dec 11) Tom Goldtooth in Cancun +52 998 108 0751 (available through Dec 11) Tom Goldtooth (after Dec 12)… Read More

PRESS RELEASE: Indigenous Groups Announce Grave Concern on Possible Cancun Outcome

Press Release – For Immediate Release International Indigenous Peoples’ Forum on Climate Change (IIPFCC) Indigenous Groups Announce Grave Concern on Possible Cancun Outcome  December 10, 2010 (Cancun) – As the 16th UN Climate Change Conference winds down, Indigenous Peoples… Read More

Forest Policy Fails to Address the Underlying Causes of Deforestation and Degradation

Excessive Demand for Wood and Land is the Major Cause of Deforestation, a New Global Forest Coalition Report Reveals Cancun, Mexico, 1 December 2010 – A report released by the Global Forest Coalition today at the UN Climate… Read More