New Book by GJEP Board member Learning Activism: The Intellectual Life of Contemporary Social Movements

This new book by the University of Toronto Press was written by GJEP Board member Aziz Choudry and illustrated by GJEP co-founder and Langelle Photography Director Orin Langelle. To mark the recent publication of Learning Activism: The Intellectual… Read More

Allentown First Friday Reception 11/6 for Langelle Photo Exhibit: The End of the Game – Revisted

GJEP’s ¡Buen Vivir! Gallery will host an Allentown First Friday reception on November 6th for Orin Langelle’s newest photo exhibit, The End of the Game–The Last Word From Paradise, Revisted  The reception will take place from 6-9 p.m. at… Read More

Climate Victories: From Shell Arctic Drilling to China Policy

In August, Global Justice Ecology Project’s Ruddy Turnstone was one of 13 Greenpeace protesters who repelled off the side of the St. Johns Bridge in Portland, Oregon. Turnstone hung 100 feet in the air above the water for almost 40… Read More

African climate negotiators urged to employ WTO Seattle strategy

(Originally published at Dar es Salaam, Tanzania (PANA) – African negotiators at the forthcoming UN Climate Change Conference have been urged to garner support of activists to block the signing of the  anticipated new universal climate change agreement… Read More

Declaration against REDD to be presented at World Forestry Congress

We, local communities, peasants movements, Indigenous Peoples and civil society organizations from Africa and all over the world, call upon the United Nations, the World Forestry Congress, the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), the World Bank and states… Read More

Black and Afro-Indigenous Farmers Share 2015 Food Sovereignty Prize

 In 2015, the U.S. Food Sovereignty Alliance’s two prize winners are the Federation of Southern Cooperatives in the U.S., and the Black Fraternal Organization of Honduras. The prizes will be presented in Des Moines on October 14, 2015. In… Read More

New Video and Toolkit for Fight Against Wood Pellet Industry in US South

From Dogwood Alliance: Communities in the US South are no stranger to extractive industries that put greed over the health and prosperity of the people. We know too well the familiar story of profit-hungry corporations and politicians promising… Read More

Agroecology as a Tool for Liberation: Transforming Industrial Agribusiness in El Salvador

An interview with Miguel Ramirez, National Coordinator of the Organic Agriculture Movement of El Salvador. Originally published by Other Worlds Are Possible. By Beverly Bell August 12, 2015 We say that every square meter of land that is… Read More

Globalization Gone Mad: Help Stop Devastating Canal in Nicaragua

Photo: Panga on the Rio Pis Pis in the Bosawas Rainforest of Nicaragua. Dear friends, Please sign the petition below to stop a massive canal being built through Nicaragua. Since 1997 GJEP and our predecessor organization ACERCA have… Read More

GJEP’s Ruddy Turnstone featured in piece on Shell Oil protests in Portland

After helping to delay the return of a Shell Oil icebreaker to the Arctic in a newsmaking protest last month, Global Justice Ecology Project’s GE Trees Campaigner Ruddy Turnstone was interviewed for a recent article published in the Willamette Week…. Read More