Bayou Bridge Pipeline: Media, Water Protector’s Boats Sunk by Security Boat

Via LEAU EST LA VIE CAMP FACEBOOK On Monday, while two boats carrying water protectors and media were legally observing a bayou bridge pipeline construction site, an Energy Transfer Partners security boat rapidly passing by intentionally caused a… Read More

WATCH: 52 Years of the Black Panther Party

Today, on the anniversary of its founding,  we recognize the 52nd anniversary of the creation of the Black Panther Party.  In January 2017, GJEP founder, consultant and photographer Orin Langelle photographed scenes of All Power to the People, an exhibit… Read More

A Personal Response to IPCC Special Report on Pathways to 1.5 C

Rachel Smolker is codirector of Biofuelwatch where she works to raise awareness of the impacts of large scale bioenergy, the bioeconomy and biotechnology.  Her work has spanned from local grassroots organizing to participation in the United Nations conventions on… Read More

Brazil Elections: ‘Projects and Interests Will Become Clear in Runoff’

Brasil de Fato – After votes were counted last Sunday and confirmed a second round between Brazilian presidential candidates Fernando Haddad and Jair Bolsonaro, the member of the national board of the Landless Workers’ Movement João Pedro Stedile spoke with Brasil… Read More

JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo, Crédit Agricole Warned Not to Finance Tar Sands Pipeline Companies

Bank clients Enbridge and TransCanada have failed to secure Free, Prior and Informed Consent of Indigenous Communities NEW YORK — On Monday (Indigenous People’s Day), Honor The Earth, Rainforest Action Network, Sierra Club, 350 Seattle, Friends of the Earth… Read More

Brazil Threatened with New Deadly Dictatorship (You thought Trump was bad…)

Photo caption: Members of the community of Santa Quiteria in Maranhão, Brazil listen to a presentation by GJEP and World Rainforest Movement on the dangers of genetically engineered eucalyptus plantations, which threaten the region.  It is believed by… Read More

Stop the Mass Slaughter of Zambia’s Hippos!

Rainforest-Rescue.org The scene of the future crime against nature is Zambia’s world-famous Luangwa Valley. Trophy hunters would be allowed to kill up to 2,000 hippos there within the next five years. Umlilo, a South African operator, has safaris in its program… Read More

WATCH: REDD Alert For False Climate Solution in California

Please share the trailer for ‘A Darker Shade of Green’ to help expose the false promises of REDD as a climate solution. Links to other formats and the full film are below. As policies and programs to Reduce… Read More

#JusticiaParaBerta: More than 900 days without environmental activist Berta Cáceres

Via Open Democracy/DemocraciaAbierta 2 and a half years after Honduran environmental activist Berta Cáceres was shot dead, her family are still fighting for a fair trial. Today, Berta symbolises the voice of environmental activism and the defence of… Read More

‘Plantations are Not Forests’ Songwriter Sings from Personal Experience

A song by By Ajele Sunday, Nigerian artist. His community has suffered from land grabbing from oil palm companies. World Rainforest Movement (WRM) interviewed Sunday about the inspiration behind “Plantations Are Not Forests”. WRM: Can you please share… Read More