10 Years Later: GJEP Looks Back on Trip to Amador Hernandez

Revisiting a Darker Shade of Green 10 Years After Amador Hernandez Ten years after a trip by a documentary team assembled by Global Justice Ecology Project to the Lacandon Jungle of Chiapas, Mexico, GJEP is highlighting the resulting… Read More

November 2020 Update From Global Justice Ecology Project

Global Justice Ecology Project  November Update Please support our work for social & ecological justice with a secure gift today! Campaign to STOP Genetically Engineered Trees GJEP coordinates the Campaign to STOP GE Trees, a national and international… Read More

GJEP & Biofuelwatch Congratulate the Peoples of Chile

Anonymous musician heads to the front lines. The majority of the front lines are personned by youth. Photo: Langelle Photography Global Justice Ecology Project and Biofuelwatch Congratulate the Peoples of Chile Overwhelming Majority votes to throw out Pinochet-era… Read More

October Update From Global Justice Ecology Project

Global Justice Ecology Project October Newsletter Researchers want approval from the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) to use genetic engineering to alter our forests. Submit a comment today to tell the USDA to reject the unprecedented and dangerous release… Read More

GJEP’s Guide to International Day Against Monoculture Tree Plantations

Burned eucalyptus plantation in the community Manquo in Florida, in the zone of the wildfires near Concepción, Chile Monday, 21 September marks the International Day of Struggle Against Monoculture Tree Plantations. Global Justice Ecology Project has compiled a… Read More

The Guardian: Chile police using Covid-19 quarantine as pretext to crush protest, activists say

Photo: Langelle Photography Demonstrations over hunger by people thrown out of work by the pandemic have been met with violent repression The Guardian 26 Aug 2020 Charis McGowan in Santiago and Naomi Larsson Violeta Delgado was at a protest… Read More

August Update From Global Justice Ecology Project

Water cannons chase crowd. A caustic liquid was mixed with the water to irritate the skin and lungs. Water cannons were strategically used to target street medics and the Red Cross. Photo: Langelle Global Justice Ecology Project August… Read More

Militant Protests for Mumia Abu-Jamal / Burlington, VT / 25th Anniversary Photo Essay

Two protesters slammed to the asphalt by police as they tried to block President Blll Clinton and his motorcade from attending the National Governor’s Association conference in the Sheraton Hotel in Burlington, VT – Photo: Langelle (1995) GJEP… Read More