Watch: WRM Highlights Feminist Struggle on International Women’s Day

Image courtesy of World Rainforest Movement The feminist struggle: A path of resistance and hope World Rainforest Movement 8 March 2021 In the midst of the global health, social and economic crisis caused by Covid-19, women organized around… Read More

Audio: Geoengineering on a Global Scale

In our conversation with Silvia Ribeiro, Latin American Director for ETC Group, we discuss geoengineering, the radical techno-fix to climate change. Geoengineering comprises dangerous attempts to alter climate on a global scale. Environmental groups are concerned with the… Read More

GJEP Supports Farmers Protesting in India

Canadian Labour, Civil Society Groups Express Solidarity With Protesting Farmers “The farmers are literally sacrificing their well-being and putting their lives on the line to uphold these constitutional guarantees on behalf of all the people of India and… Read More

New Friends of the Earth International Report Unpacks the Science Behind “Net Zero” Claims

Chasing Carbon Unicorns: The deception of carbon markets and “net zero” Friends of the Earth International 22 February 2021 Powerful actors are using “net zero” pledges to hide their climate inaction. Stopping the climate crisis requires us to… Read More

The World Bank Forest Carbon Partnership Facility’s Latest REDD Scam

The World Bank Forest Carbon Partnership Facility’s latest hot air scam: Retroactive credits Originally posted on REDD-Monitor by Chris Lang 18 February 2021 The World Bank’s Forest Carbon Partnership Facility recently changed its rules to allow governments to… Read More

188 Environmental Groups Call for an end to Single Use Products

188 Environmental Groups Call for an end to Single Use Products, as the United Nations Environment Assembly gets set to discuss sustainability Canopy News 17 February 2021 For Immediate Release: February 17, 2021 – As government representatives from 193 countries prepare… Read More

Exclusive Interview With Mike Africa, Jr. on Response to Apology for 1985 Bombing

Mike Africa, Jr. is a member of The MOVE Organization, a revolutionary, a conscious hip hop artist and a motivational resilience speaker who pushes his revolutionary message with his stage performances, tackling issues such as mass incarceration, police… Read More

Hydro-Quebec has left Quebec’s First Nation’s behind

Note: Almost 30 years ago, in 1993, GJEP co-founders Orin Langelle and Anne Petermann traveled to the northern reaches of Quebec, to the Cree towns Chisasibi and Whapmagoostui on James Bay, to document the impacts of the existing… Read More

The Durban Declaration on Carbon Trading

Note: Global Justice Ecology Project was part of the group that co-founded the Durban Group in 2004.  In his piece linked below, Chris Lang of REDD-Monitor who was present at the meeting, explains,  “In October 2004, about 20… Read More

The Guardian: Impacts of Harvesting for Bioenergy on Estonian Forests and on the Climate

‘Carbon-neutrality is a fairy tale’: how the race for renewables is burning Europe’s forests The Guardian 14 January 2021 Hazel Sheffield Kalev Järvik stands on a bald patch of land in the heart of Estonia’s Haanja nature reserve… Read More