Take Action! Anti-Mining Leader Assassinated in South Africa

Anti-mining leader opposing Australian-owned mine assassinated in South Africa A prominent environmentalist and Defender of Commons who campaigned vigorously against an Australian-owned mineral sands mine in South Africa has been shot dead in his home on March 22…. Read More

MASS ACTION: Stop The Bomb Trains in Albany on May 14

 Coming to Albany, New York – May 14 In Albany, on May 14, 2016, thousands of people will stand in the way of the fossil fuel industry in North America.  The New York State Capital has been a key… Read More

Action! Demand Investigation into Murder of Berta Caceres

COPINH: URGENT DENUNCIATION Sign this petition to urge the protection of Gustavo Castro Soto, an ally of Berta Caceres who was injured at the time of Caceres’ murder. The Council of Indigenous and Popular Organizations of Honduras (COPINH)… Read More

¡Buen Vivir! Gallery Exhibit – Climate Change, System Change, Personal Change

The new show at the ¡Buen Vivir! Gallery for Contemporary Art–Climate Change, System Change, Personal Change–runs from Friday, March 4th to Friday April 29th at the ¡Buen Vivir! Gallery for Contemporary Art, 148 Elmwood Avenue in Buffalo, New York. This… Read More

Scientist who discovered GMOs cause tumors wins lawsuit

Top Photo: anti-Monsanto protest in Asuncion, Paraguay, 2014.  Photolangelle.org   A court has ruled that French Professor Gilles-Eric Séralini was correct when he concluded that GMO food, when fed to rats, caused serious health problems including tumors. March-against-monsanto.com… Read More

Study: plantation expansion worse for forests than logging

GE tree company ArborGen’s motto is “more wood less land”.  They insist that their faster growing GE and other trees will take the pressure off of forests by increasing the harvest per acre of land. This study puts… Read More

GE American Chestnuts: Save the forest by destroying it?

  A handful of scientists are working to genetically engineer the iconic American chestnut tree which they hope to release throughout the forests of the Appalachians and the Eastern US. Indigenous Peoples, scientists and others are raising alarms about the risks… Read More

Report backs from the UN Climate COP in Paris

Here you will find the latest analysis from the UN Climate Conference in Paris last December on our Paris Climate COP blog page. Stay tuned for more alternative viewpoints and analysis of the conference and its outcomes. To read the posts, click… Read More

GE Trees Fall: From GE Trees Action Camp to Protest at ArborGen to PNW Tour

Photo: Participants during workshop at the Southeast GE Trees Action Training Camp.  Photolangelle.org GJEP Launched “GE Trees Fall” with a series of events beginning on September 24th with a Southeast GE Trees Direct Action Training Camp near Asheville,… Read More

Globalization Gone Mad: Help Stop Devastating Canal in Nicaragua

Photo: Panga on the Rio Pis Pis in the Bosawas Rainforest of Nicaragua.  PhotoLangelle.org Dear friends, Please sign the petition below to stop a massive canal being built through Nicaragua. Since 1997 GJEP and our predecessor organization ACERCA have… Read More