Take Action: Palestinian Political Prisoners Launch Mass Hunger Strike

Palestinian political prisoners in Israeli prisons and detention centers have launched a mass hunger strike starting 17 April 2017. The call for hunger strike came amidst resentment of Israeli’s cruel policies towards political prisoners. An estimated 1500 Palestinian… Read More

Global Gathering Takes Aim at Genetically Engineered Trees

Investigates Links Between GE Trees, Plantations and Chile’s Worst Ever Fire Season Media Advisory 22 March 2017 Santiago, Chile–Members of the Campaign to STOP Genetically Engineered Trees from around the world are gathered in Chile for two weeks… Read More

Global Justice Ecology Project and Bill McKibben to Co-Present Activist Award on Eve of Trump Inauguration

Buffalo, NY – Global Justice Ecology Project, an international non-profit organization based in Buffalo, NY, joins climate activist and author Bill McKibben to co-present a prestigious activism award in Burlington, VT on Jan. 19, the eve of the inauguration of, and… Read More

Will Donald Trump Impact Future of Genetically Engineered Trees?

After Six Years USDA, GE Tree Company ArborGen Fail to Launch GE Eucalyptus  New York (12 January 2017) – Tuesday, 17 January 2017, the eve of the new Trump Presidency, will mark six years since genetically engineered tree (GE)… Read More

National Meeting Makes Plans to Stop Genetically Engineered Trees

For Immediate Release – 21 October 2016 Genetically Engineered Trees Condemned in Region known as “Ground Zero” for Their Development North Myrtle Beach, SC– In the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew, which made landfall only days before, strategies to stop… Read More

ALERT: Strategy Meeting to STOP Genetically Engineered Trees Taking Place in Myrtle Beach

ALERT: Strategy Meeting to STOP Genetically Engineered Trees Taking Place in Myrtle Beach List of Experts Available for Interviews Provided Below   North Myrtle Beach –Indigenous peoples, scientists, lawyers and environmental experts will gather in North Myrtle Beach, SC over October… Read More

Open Letter: E.On’s Ambitious Wood Power Station Plans in France Pose Threat to Forests

Press release by Biofuelwatch, Denkhaus Bremen and SOS Forêt du Sud Twenty six civil society society groups worldwide have sent an Open Letter to E.On [1], demanding that the energy corporation scraps plans to convert a mothballed coal power… Read More

Biotech Tree Company ArborGen Settles with Defrauded Employees

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  Biotech Tree Company ArborGen Settles with Defrauded Employees  Company still hopes to develop GE eucalyptus trees for US plantations New York (31 March 2016) — After being found guilty late last year of using “trickery… Read More

ACTION ALERT: Call for the release of imprisoned Mongolian human rights defender Beejin Khastumur

PLEASE TAKE ACTION NOW! Sign on to this letter calling on the Mongolian authorities to release imprisoned environmental and human rights defender Beejin Khastumur. Beejin Khastumur is the founder of Mongolian non-profit organisation Delhiin Mongol Nogoon Negdel (DMNN), an… Read More

Release: New Exhibit Tackles Links Between Climate Crisis and Racism

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Photos Below: High resolution images available upon request Climate Change, System Change, Personal Change New Show Opens at Allentown’s ¡Buen Vivir! Gallery on First Friday, March 4th Buffalo, NY (February 25, 2016)—A new art and photographic show opening… Read More