GJEP Co-Authors Opinion Piece on SLAPPs

More and more journalists and civil society organisations are being sued by powerful businessmen and politicians. [Shutterstock/itay uri/Burdun Iliya] We don’t want to be sued into silence EURACTIV 16 November 2020 By A group of international organizations and… 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

The Daily Orange: Genetically Engineered Trees A Risk To Environment

The newspaper of the State University of NY (SUNY) at Syracuse is The Daily Orange.  SUNY Syracuse’s – Environmental Science and Forestry College is home to the American Chestnut Research and Restoration Project, which is developing genetically engineered chestnut trees… Read More

Best of Censored News Gives Nod to Chile Coverage of Mapuche Uprising

Best of 2019 at CENSORED NEWS: Special thanks to Orin Langelle for live coverage from the protests and struggle for Indigenous rights in Chile Thank you Brenda Norrell and CENSORED NEWS! – Orin Langelle Lonko Alberto Curamíl during… Read More

The Washington Post Runs Article on the American Chestnut

Blight wiped out the American chestnut. Parallel efforts are close to bringing it back. The Washington Post December 18, 2019 Adrian Higgins It is hard to overstate the value and cultural importance of the American chestnut tree for… Read More

A Discussion on the Realities of COP25

COP25 Was Moved to Spain to Conceal Chilean Government’s Human Rights Violation The Real News Network December 13, 2019 Dimitri Lascaris The United Nations climate negotiations in Madrid, Spain have reached a standstill, with the issues of loss… Read More