Global Forest Coalition to United Nations: Nature at Whose Service?

For Immediate Release           June 3, 2011 Global Forest Coalition to United Nations: “Nature at Whose Service?” 3 June, 2011 – On the eve of the next round of United Nations climate talks, the Global Forest Coalition (GFC), a… Read More

The new biomassters and their assault on livelihoods

Jim Thomas 2010-10-07, Issue 499  Watch out for the new biomass economy driven by large biotech, chemical, forestry and agribusiness companies, says Jim Thomas. The new biomassters are on a global looting spree of the world’s natural… Read More

Top 10 for COP 10

Note: Global Justice Ecology Project is a member of the CBD Alliance Seeking ‘Biodiversity Justice’ Civil Society Releases Top 10 Concerns at UN Convention on Biological Diversity Nagoya, October 13, 2010. The CBD Alliance (Convention on Biological Diversity… Read More

GJEP Media Bites – Autumn 2008

Global Justice Ecology Project made the news!  Check out these links to articles about GJEP published this fall.  GJEP’s Agrofuels specialist, Dr. Rachel Smolker published an article in Development (2008) 51, 519-526. doi:10.1057/dev.2008.67The New Bioeconomy and the Future… Read More

Fall 2008 Newsletter

This newsletter is a quick update both on GJEP’s endeavors and accomplishments this past quarter and our future plans, as well as a thank you to you all because we simply cannot do this without your support. Click… Read More

Spring 2008 Newsletter

Global Justice Ecology Project’s E-Newsletter Spring 2008 It has been a long and busy winter for the staff at Global Justice Ecology project. In this e-newsletter you will find some brief updates on our work from the last… Read More

Indigenous Representatives Protest Plans for Coal-Fired Power Plant on Navajo Lands

Indigenous Environmental Network and members of its Native grassroots delegation attending the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues in New York City held a protest/rally on the morning of Friday, April 25th, in front of the offices of… Read More