Release: Public Comment on Darling 58 American Chestnut Closes

For Immediate Release: 10/20/2020 Public Comment on Darling 58 American Chestnut Closes  Groups Across North America Oppose Release of Genetically Engineered Trees  New York- On Oct. 19th the initial public comment period by the United States Department of… Read More

Statement on International Day of Struggle Against Monoculture Tree Plantations

For Immediate Release – September 21, 2020 New York– September 21, 2020 marks the 16th International Day Against Monoculture Tree Plantations. The Day was created in 2004 by rural communities in Brazil in opposition to industrial monoculture tree plantations… Read More

¡Buen Vivir! Gallery to Close, but Live Virtual Opening of “Chile: Peoples’ Uprising” Scheduled

Santiago de Chile: Water cannons chase crowd. A caustic liquid was mixed with the water to irritate the skin and lungs. Water cannons were strategically used to target street medics and the Red Cross. Photo: Langelle/GJEP For Immediate… Read More

Statement Regarding Brandishing of Weapons at Protestors in St. Louis

Photo: Wes Schnitker For Immediate Release 06/30/2020            For More information +1.314.210.1322 Videographer Chris Phillips Counters McCloskey’s Claim of Being Pro Black Lives Matter New York- St. Louis videographer Chris Phillips and Global Justice Ecology… Read More

From Chile to Minneapolis: Police Use of ‘Less than Lethal’ Weapons Criticized /y Español: Desde Chile a Minneapolis

Image: Santiago Chile- On International Human Rights Day, Dec 10, 2019 people in Chile protested the 400+ eyes lost to the Carabineros de Chile (National Police) during the days of uprising in Chile. Photo: Langelle/GJEP Imagen: Santiago de Chile- Día… Read More

Listen-Discussions with David: Anne Petermann and Orin Langelle

David Rovics spends the hour talking with long-time organizers, founders of Global Justice Ecology Project, Anne Petermann and Orin Langelle. A wide-ranging discussion, they discuss the current historical moment as well as past historical moments, including the successful… Read More

GJEP Letter in New York Times Responds to Pro-GE Trees Piece

Global Justice Ecology Project submitted the letter below to the New York Times Magazine–it was published in its print edition on Sunday, May 17th. The letter was submitted in response to a piece written by Gabriel Popkin and… Read More

GJEP Responds to NYT Magazine Article Promoting GE Trees

Forests and communities across the Eastern US would be threatened if researchers win US government approval to release GE trees into them. Photo: Petermann Get involved and learn about the campaign to protect forests and communities from the… Read More

Buffalo Rising: First Fridays Revisited

Photo: Langelle/GJEP Buffalo Rising 6 March 2020 by RaChaCha Also injecting an activist sensitivity has been the ¡Buen Vivir! Gallery for Contemporary Art in the former B West space at 148 Elmwood. Co-founded by activists and photographers Anne… Read More

Artvoice: Chile: Peoples’ Uprising Images from the Front Lines at ¡Buen Vivir! Gallery

Photo: Langelle/GJEP Artvoice 5 March 2020 The ¡Buen Vivir! Gallery for Contemporary Art at 148 Elmwood Ave, Buffalo, will present documentary photography and videography from the ongoing peoples’ uprising in Chile that started in October of last year…. Read More