Company Behind DAPL Paid Mercenaries To Build Lawsuit Against Environmentalists

THE PRIVATE SECURITY firm TigerSwan, hired by Energy Transfer Partners to protect the controversial Dakota Access pipeline, was paid to gather information for what would become a sprawling conspiracy lawsuit accusing environmentalist groups of inciting the anti-pipeline protests in… Read More

Community Resistance Throwing Wrench in Pipeline Plans

By Skyler Simmons / Earth First! Newswire   In the past week the West Virginia Department of Environmental Quality announced that it is rescinding the water quality permit for the Mountain Valley Pipeline to be built through their state, while North… Read More

Long Term Resistance Camp To Fight Fracking And Pipelines In Ohio

After a three-day long action training conference near the Wayne National Forest in Ohio, organizers from multiple groups have launched a long-term resistance encampment to defend the Wayne National Forest from fracking and fracked gas pipelines.  The action… Read More

WATCH: Solidarity Demonstrations in Florida Support National Prison Strike Day

Members of Everglades Earth First, including GJEP’s Ruddy Turnstone, took part in protests in solidarity with National Prison Strike Day held Sept. 9. Via Evergladesearthfirst.net On Friday, September 9, protesters with Black Lives Matter Alliance Broward, South Florida Food Not… Read More

Earth Watch: Panagioti Tsolkas from the Human Rights Defense Center

This week’s Earth Watch guest is Panagioti Tsolkas. Tsolkas works at Human Rights Defense Center in November 2014, coordinating community outreach efforts and volunteer involvement. He also directs HRDC’s Prison Ecology Project, which maps the connections between mass incarceration and… Read More

Earth Watch: Will Benington, volunteer organizer with Rising Tide Vermont

This week’s Earth Watch guest is Will Benington, volunteer organizer with Rising Tide Vermont.  On July 7, Rising Tide Vermont, Earth First!, Trans and/or Women’s Action Camp and other groups from across the country participated in a day… Read More

Struggles for Justice: Forests, Land and Human Rights Photo Exhibit: Late 80s to Late 90s at GJEP’s ¡Buen Vivir! Gallery

View Photo Exhibit here The ¡Buen Vivir! galley, in the international headquarters of Global Justice Ecology Project, is curated by Orin Langelle, director of Langelle Photography, and GJEP Board Chair.  Langelle Photography is a part of GJEP’s Social… Read More