BREAKING: Animal Rights Activists Drop Banner from Manhattan Bridge

New York –  Activists with the New York City Animal Defense League (NYC ADL) were alerted that a large banner reading, “Skanska: Building on Animal Cruelty”, was dropped from the Manhattan Bridge leading up to a national protest convergence… Read More

Activists Face Off Against Largest Oil-By-Rail Terminal in North America

Environmental reporter Martha Baskin recently had her piece, “Activists in Pacific Northwest Face Off Against Largest Oil-By-Rail Terminal in North America” published by In the article, Baskin explains that the  lifting of the crude oil export ban last month”is… Read More

Know Where Your Bridge Is Going Before You Build It

By Rachel Smolker Originally published on The Huffington Post. For years we have been told that corn ethanol was a “bridge” to more advanced biofuels that would be better for the environment. Similarly, we were sold the bill… Read More

Orangutans – victims of ‘sustainable’ palm oil

The wholesale destruction of rainforests on Borneo for the palm oil plantations of Bumitama Gunajaya Agro (BGA) is threatening the survival of orangutans. BGA is a member of the RSPO – the organization issuing the label for supposedly… Read More

Interview: Orin Langelle on The End of the Game – The Last Word from Paradise, Revisited

The following GreenWatch: Interview with Orin Langelle was published 15 December 2015 by The Public in Buffalo, NY, prior the closing reception of The End of the Game – The Last Word from Paradise, Revisited & Solstice Party… Read More

John Trudell Presente!

Below John’s photograph and caption is an email received by GJEP Co-Director Orin Langelle from Global Justice Ecology Project board member and a long time personal friend, Karen Pickett. I think Karen expresses beautifully what many of us… Read More

Giving Tuesday – GJEP & Paris: Supporting Real Action on Climate Change

Please support GJEP’s important work with a donation today GJEP & Paris: Supporting the Front Lines The UN Climate Talks in Paris are being hyped as the place where the deal will be signed that will finally begin… Read More

Black Lives Matter demonstrators shot; police searching for white supremacists

The Washington Post reports that five Black Lives Matter demonstrators were shot while protesting the recent police killing of an African American man in Minneapolis, and now police are searching for three white male suspects who have been described by witnesses as white… Read More

Support for Keith LaMar, Ohio Death Row Inmate on Hunger Strike

Please act on this message and share with anyone you know who might be sympathetic: Keith LaMar is being held in solitary confinement at the Ohio State Penitentiary (OSP) in Youngstown, a supermax prison. LaMar has been held… Read More

COP21: Tadzio Müller on what the climate summit should deliver

Tadzio Müller with the Rosa-Luxemburg-Foundation recently published a piece on the UN climate summit in Paris is certainly important. Müller points out “that an agreement in Paris is unlikely to include a number of urgently needed policies, and may instead constitute a shift… Read More