Global Justice Ecology Project has a lot of exciting news and upcoming events to share. First and foremost, this September 14-15, GJEP celebrates its 15th Anniversary. The two-day party includes the opening for a new exhibit at our ¡Buen Vivir! Gallery and a private showing of a new film co-produced by our own Ruddy Turnstone. Also below are reports from the fight against the Atlantic Coast Pipeline, a special link to the June-July Bulletin from our partners at World Rainforest Movement, and a new op-ed on genetically engineered trees.
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New Exhibit – One World: Issues Across and Through Skins (part of GJEP’s 15th Anniversary)
Private Showing: A Story of a Forest
(part of GJEP’s 15th Anniversary)
GJEP Joins Fight to Stop Atlantic Coast Pipeline in Union Hill, VA
And as always, visit the stopgetrees.org page for the latest in the struggle to protect forests and communities from the risks and dangers posed by genetically engineered trees
GMO Chestnuts in Chestnut Ridge Park? – STOPGETREES.ORG
GMO Chestnuts in Chestnut Ridge Park? This Op-Ed, written by GJEP Executive Director Anne Petermann was published in The Public, a local weekly paper in Buffalo, NY in response to articles in the Buffalo News extolling the virtues of using GE…