Watch: Friends and Allies Celebrate GJEP’s 15th Annivesary

The video below offers personal one-minute testimonials from friends and allies of GJEP describing our 15 years of exposing the intertwined root causes of social injustice, ecological destruction, and economic domination. Celebrate GJEP’s anniversary with a gift in… Read More

Gentrification and Displacements = Land Grabs

Buffalo, NY’s Anti-Gentrification Summit: land grabs & climate change connections Post and photo by Orin Langelle See original post at Photolangelle.org On 17 November 2018, the OUR CITY coalition presented the Second Annual Anti-Gentrification Summit and said it… Read More

Photo of the Month: 25th anniversary of 1st North American Temperate Forest Conference & preview of 2019 Forest Convergence

Cree Trapper Tent w/ moon during the First Whapmagoostui major gathering of Cree, Innu and Inuit Indigenous Peoples. It was photographed by Orin Langelle in 1993 during a documentary expedition with Anne Petermann to the James Bay region…. Read More

What’s the Answer? A Charter School Expansion or the Further Destruction of Sacred Seneca Burial Grounds

Degawenodas (right) gives serious stare to one of the board members.        photo: Langelle/GJEP-photolangelle.org Excerpted from PhotoLangelle.org. More on the Sacred Seneca Burial Grounds. This is from Buffalo Rising. It includes a conversation with Degawenodas Ni Ah Agatayonih, born into… Read More

VA. Governor Northam Dissolves Council on Environmental Justice Because He Can’t Control It

Statement on Governor Northam’s Threat to Dissolve Council on Environmental Justice Because He Cannot Control It Virginia- After attempts to derail it, Governor Ralph Northam’s (D-Va.) Advisory Council on Environmental Justice (ACEJ) raised significant concerns regarding the proposed… Read More

WATCH: 52 Years of the Black Panther Party

Today, on the anniversary of its founding,  we recognize the 52nd anniversary of the creation of the Black Panther Party.  In January 2017, GJEP founder, consultant and photographer Orin Langelle photographed scenes of All Power to the People, an exhibit… Read More

Global Justice Ecology Project Celebrating 15th Anniversary Sept. 14-15

Global Justice Ecology Project is holding two events to celebrate its 15th anniversary on Sept. 14-15 at ¡Buen Vivir! Gallery for Contemporary Art in Buffalo, NY. Both events include wine and hors d’oeuvres and are free and open to the… Read More

Carbon Markets Represent the Commodification of Earth

Women Traditional Healers (2011) – Amador Hernadez, Lacandon Jungle, Chiapas, Mexico: Women prepare their traditional medicines, which they harvest from the jungle. The Mexican government wanted the community to leave the jungle so they could sell the forests… Read More

Atlantic Coast Pipeline Already Destroying Forests

As part of his regular Photo of the Month series, GJEP co-founder, consultant and photographer Orin Langelle shared a photo of a forest clearcut by Dominion Energy for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline at PhotoLangelle.org. GJEP is actively taking part… Read More

LISTEN: Pastor Paul on Battle Against Pipeline, Compressor Projects in Virginia

Union Hill Baptist Church’s Pastor Paul M. Wilson. The Pastor is organizing, along with Friends of Buckingham (County, VA), against the Atlantic Coast Pipeline and a 55,000 horsepower compressor station planned by Dominion Energy in the Union Hill… Read More