Decolonizing Bolivia’s History of Indigenous Resistance

In the article “Decolonizing Bolivia’s History of Indigenous Resistance,” GJEP friend and ally Ben Dangl interviews Elisa Vega Sillo, Director of the Depatriarchalization Unit in the Vice Ministry of Decolonization in Bolivia about the importance of decolonizing Bolivia’s history of indigenous… Read More

Legacy of violence over land continues in Brazil 10 years after killing of Dorothy Stang

From our friends at PLANT 12 Feb 2015 – 10th Anniversary of Assassination of  Sr. Dorothy Stang February 12, 2015, marked 10 years since the assassination of Sister Dorothy Stang, one of the hundreds of victims of land conflict… Read More

78 Scientists Warn US EPA About Impacts from Wood Burning

A recent letter signed by 78 scientists, warns the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) about the environmental impacts of burning trees for electricity, including rapid acceleration of deforestation globally, and increases in CO2 emissions.  While not specifically mentioning genetically engineered trees, the letter can… Read More

Say NO to GMO chestnuts this holiday season

Anne Petermann, December 3, 2014 In a society rising up against the corporate capture of our food supply in the form of GMOs, a new untested and not-yet-approved GMO food is being promoted: the GMO chestnut. An op-ed in… Read More