Photos: Cumbre de Los Pueblos–People’s Summit Against Neoliberalism and for a Plurinational Chile

Peoples Summit 2019 Monday 2 to Saturday 7 December, University of Santiago de Chile Global Justice Ecology Project and Biofuelwatch attended and presented at this important event, planned when the COP25 UN Climate Summit was still scheduled to… Read More

Chilean Social Movements Make Call to International Community To Demand Chile Be Removed From Presidency of COP25

In April 2018, Mapuche Longo (leader) Alberto Curamil [looking back at the courtroom] was arrested on trumped up charges after he successfully stopped two hydro-electric dams. In 2019 he was awarded the coveted Goldman Environmental Prize. As COP25… Read More

Photo Essay: 25 Nov 19- Mapuche march in Temuco to stop “green” waste incinerator

The Mapuche community of Lautaro is threatened by a waste-to-energy incinerator that claims to produce “clean, renewable energy” in a town that already has a biomass burning plant. This march was held on the last day of a… Read More

Photo Essay: A Revolution Without Single Leaders. First Glimpses From Chile, 22 November 2019

Sentiment during the uprising. Photo: Orin Langelle/GJEP Orin Langelle-23 November 2019 Photographer’s note: Upon arriving at our hotel in Santiago, Anne Petermann and I hooked up with Biofuelwatch’s Gary Hughes. We headed toward the mass action up the… Read More

GJEP’s Orin Langelle Photo Exhibit at Upcoming Forest & Climate Convergence (Watch video)

Judi Bari, Center, Walks with Support of Two Friends (1994) (read full caption at bottom of post) Press Release For Immediate Release September 17, 2019 Contact: Steve Taylor +1.314.210.1322 steve@globaljusticeecology.org Photographer Orin Langelle announced that his work will… Read More

Occupation and Uprising in the Shawnee National Forest

On his 30th birthday, John Wallace is removed from a logging skidder with a blowtorch after he locked his neck to the machine to stop logging in the Shawnee National Forest.  Photo: Langelle (1990) Note: With this article,… Read More

New GJEP Quarterly Update: Check out the Progress Made Possible by our Members!

GJEP Communications Director Orin Langelle discusses his Portraits of Struggle exhibit, while it was on display at Mount Union College in Alliance, Ohio over Earth Week.  Photo: Petermann/GJEP This has been an amazing three months for all of… Read More

New GJEP Report Slams Proposals to Prolong Capitalism Using Trees & Green Profit Schemes

Trees to Solve the World’s Problems? From Genetically Engineered Trees for the Bioeconomy – to the Trillion Tree Proposal and Business for Nature Traducción al Español Tradução para o Português By Anne Petermann and Orin Langelle, Global Justice… Read More

Video: Social & Ecological Impacts of Engineering Trees to Grow More Densely

New GE Tree Concepts Would Exacerbate Impacts of Tree Plantations To find the subtitles, click the settings gear icon on the bottom right corner of the video and select “subtitles”. Desplácese hacia abajo para Español Role para baixo… Read More

Orin Langelle WDBX Interview on Photojournalism and Activism

GJEP co-Founder Orin Langelle was interviewed on the “Greenhouse Rebellion” program on WDBX community radio prior to a public presentation of his photo collection “Portraits of Struggle” at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale on 19 March 2019. A protester… Read More