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

Activist Working to Stop Eucalyptus Plantations in Brazil Tortured and Murdered

Environmental and human rights activist, Rosane Santiago Silveira tortured and murdered in Brazil Source: Rede Brasil Atual 13 February 2019 Environmental and human rights activist, Rosane Santiago Silveira was brutally tortured and murdered in the city of Nova… Read More

Venezuela Aid “Blockade” Debunked: Media Complicity Exposed

Western Media Fall in Lockstep for Cheap Trump/Rubio Venezuela Aid PR Stunt by Adam Johnson, Fairness & Accuracy in Reporting CNN (2/7/19) The Trump administration’s now completely overt effort to overthrow Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro had a very… 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.

Earth Minute: Dam Collapse in Brazil Exposes Dangers of Bolsonaro Deregulation Plans

GJEP Executive Director Anne Petermann discussed Brazil in her Earth Minute segment this week.  GJEP partners with the Sojourner Truth show for a weekly Earth Minute on Wednesdays and an Earth Watch interview segment on Thursdays. This week… Read More

Release: NAS Report Casts Doubt on Government Ability to Regulate Genetically Engineered Trees

Researchers Want to Release Unproven GE American Chestnut Trees in Wild Forests January 30, 2019 For Immediate Release New York–In its report, Forest Health and Biotechnology ; Possibilities and Considerations the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine warns… Read More

Statement of Solidarity with the People of Venezuela

Global Justice Ecology Project strongly condemns the U.S. government’s continuation of all U.S. aggression around the world. The current affront by the U.S. government is now Venezuela. Here are excerpts from our ally, Grassroots Global Justice Alliance, in… Read More

Photos: Major intersection blocked by Extinction Rebellion Buffalo

Direct Action to Raise Awareness of the Climate Crisis and the Sixth Great Extinction Caption: Protester chanting, “Whose streets, our streets,” in front of vehicle. Extinction Rebellion Buffalo blocked intersection Buffalo’s Elmwood Village shopping district. photo: Langelle By… Read More