GE Plum Deregulated Despite Overwhelming Public Rejection

Institute for Science In Society Press Release 26 July 2007 Transgenic Plum Gets USDA Non-regulated Status Based on False Claims of Safety Prof. Joe Cummins and Dr. Mae-Wan Ho rebut USDA conclusion that transgenic DNA and RNA are… Read More

GE Tree Giant ArborGen Receives Approval for Flowering GE Tree Field Trial

GE tree giant ArborGen has received permission from the USDA to take the next step toward implementing their plans to develop non-native genetically engineered cold tolerant eucalyptus trees.  Eucalyptus is widely known for its extreme flammability.  In areas… Read More

International Plantations Meeting, Johannesburg, South Africa

A representative from Global Justice Ecology Project will attend an international meeting on plantations organized by the World Rainforest Movement  to be held in Johannesburg, South Africa, from 1-3 November, followed by a strategy meeting on forests on… Read More

North American GE Trees Strategy Session

Global Justice Ecology Project is hosting the North American STOP GE Trees Campaign strategy session August 15-16. We have representation from Canada and from the U.S.’s Northwest, South, Southeast, Midwest and Northeast.  We’ll be discussing a myriad of… Read More

World Rainforest Movement Southern Hub for STOP GE Trees Campaign

In November 2006 Uruguay-based World Rainforest Movement agreed to be the Southern Hub of the STOP GE Trees Campaign.  WRM will help distribute information on the dangers of GE trees and the plans by industry to develop GE… Read More

GJEP at the World Social Forum, January 2007

Global Justice Ecology Project at the World Social ForumNairobi, Kenya January 20-25, 2007 Global Justice Ecology Project Co-director Orin Langelle traveled to the World Social Forum in Nairobi as part of a Global Forest Coalition delegation tasked with raising… Read More