Call to Resist the G7 in Paris and Build Another World – This August!

In response to the G7 and its world, a call to build activities on 21, 22 and 23 August English / Español / Français From August 24 to 26, seven heads of state from the richest countries (the United States, Japan, Germany,… Read More

Mexico Env. Minister: ‘Parasitic and Predatory Neoliberalism’ to Blame for Climate Crisis

Cecelia Rodriguez, then-US Representative for the Zapatista Army of National Liberation of Mexico speaks against neoliberalism and the Global Elite at a World Bank protest in Washington, DC in 1995. PhotoLangelle.org Let’s Be Clear, Says Mexico Environment Minister,… Read More

Call to Action for North American Forest & Climate Movement!

We must radically transform economic and political systems 29 May 2019- The Indigenous Environmental Network, Global Justice Ecology Project and Shawnee Forest Defense! today announced The Resurgence: 2019 North American Forest & Climate Movement Convergence, to bring together… Read More

David Buckel: Remembrance of a Life Sacrificed in Climate Action One Year Ago

“Here is a hope that giving a life might bring some attention to the need for expanded actions, and help others give a voice to our home, and Earth is heard.”–David Buckel David Buckel: LGBT rights lawyer and… Read More

Earth Watch Radio: Dorothee Haeussermann On ‘Scaling Up the Resistance’ Climate Tour

Dorothee Haeussermann is a free-lance educator and climate activist from Germany. She has been involved in struggles against lignite mining in the Rhineland coalfield since 2010. In 2011, she quit her job as an English teacher to have… Read More

Earth Minute: The Racism and Colonialism of Big Conservation Groups

On this week’s Earth Minute, GJEP Executive Director Anne Petermann discusses the inherent racism and colonialism of big conservation groups promote the idea that “nature” should be separated from humans. Transcript of the Earth Minute: Protecting forests is… Read More

Sympathy for the Devil: Thoughts on the New Nomination to Lead the World Bank

Cecelia Rodriguez, then the US Representative for the Zapatista Army of National Liberation (EZLN) in Chiapas, Mexico, speaks out against the World Bank in 1995 on the 50th Anniversary of their formation.  Photolangelle.org Sympathy for the Devil Posted… Read More

Hurricane Mitch, Climate Change and Assassination 20 Years On

Special Photo Essay on PhotoLanglle.org commemorates Findings of February 1999 Environmental Justice Delegation that Followed Hurricane Mitch From the Photo Essay: The following article was published twenty years ago in ACERCA NOTES when I was the coordinator of… Read More

Grist: Green New Deal Failing to Keep Green Promises?

In 2011, the Indigenous community Amador Hernandez, in Chiapas, Mexico was targeted for a carbon offset project that would have forced the inhabitants to leave in order to “protect” the carbon in the trees.  This carbon could then… Read More

GJEP Statement: Virginia Governor Ralph Northam’s Racism Could be Deadly

Global Justice Ecology Project released this statement today regarding Governor Ralph Northam (D-Va.) and the racist photographs that recently surfaced. Governor Northam has been denounced and asked to resign by other politicians and citizens.