Listen to EJOLT’s podcast
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Listen to EJOLT’s podcast

Discover the new EJOLT’s podcasts! Listen to Environmental Justice news whenever you want! This podcasts serie is produced by Firoze Manji for EJOLT, in collaboration with EJOLT partner CCS. All podcasts will be aired on his program Afrobeat, broadcast by WBAI in the US to around 500.000 listeners. GIUSEPPE DE MARZO PRESENTS HIS NEW BOOK “We face the most serious crisis in human history. Never before did these 6 different forms...

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Medha Patkar arrested and released unconditionally
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Medha Patkar arrested and released unconditionally

Chindwara, November 7 : Today afternoon, Medha Patkar and others were presented infront of the Judicial Magistrate on charges under Section 188, in a packed Court room in heavy presence of police. The town remained tense due to unavoidable and unnecessary situation created by the District Collector and Superintendent of Police. Medha Patkar, stated to CJM Chindwara that the charges under Section 188 has been promulgated much after,...

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The rise of a new extractivism and the plea for degrowth
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The rise of a new extractivism and the plea for degrowth

We thought that the “commodity frontiers”, the new mines that we dig on earth to take out the oil, gold, uranium or copper that feeds our consumer economies, are somewhere else; in the “South”, far from us, in the jungles of Amazonian or the desserts of Southern Africa. Well, the frontiers have now come back, next to our homes. We diffuse here an article by Giorgos Kallis, project coordinator of the political ecology project...

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ONLINE COURSE on ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE
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ONLINE COURSE on ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE

“EJOLT is running an online course “Ecological Economics and Environmental Justice”, taught through civil society organisation (CSO) case studies across a broad range of topics with a particular focus on the theme of environmental justice. It will run from mid/late January to mid/late May (tbc). This interactive online course takes place over sixteen weeks. It has been designed for activists interested in understanding and...

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Verdict Expected in Court Case on Oil Giant Shell’s Nigerian Oil Pollution
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Verdict Expected in Court Case on Oil Giant Shell’s Nigerian Oil Pollution

Read the press release from Friends of the Earth Netherlands in relation to the decades of oil pollution in his native country Nigeria, by the Anglo-Dutch oil giant Shell. For the first time in history, a European company, Anglo-Dutch oil giant Shell, has been brought to court in The Netherlands for damages it caused abroad. The plaintiffs are four Nigerians whose livelihoods and communities have been massively impacted by Shell’s...

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Massacre in Totonicapán, Guatemala
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Massacre in Totonicapán, Guatemala

Seven were killed and some 40 wounded Oct. 4 when security forces attacked a protest road blockade by Maya indigenous campesinos in Guatemala’s highland department of Totonicapán. Protesters were blocking Cuatro Caminos intersection, a meeting point for roads linking the towns of Totonicapán, Quetzaltenango, Huehuetenango and the capital, Guatemala City. President Otto Pérez Molina initially denied that soldiers on the scene...

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