Global Justice Ecology Project

Global Justice Ecology Project is a leader in the international movement for climate justice. Its founders have defended forests and supported the rights of Indigenous and forest-dependent peoples globally since 1992, and have campaigned to stop the development of socially and ecologically destructive genetically engineered trees since 1999.

How We Helped

LUSH funding went towards the Durban Organizing project for the UN Conference on Climate Change in 2011. The funding will ensure indigenous representation of climate change issues from Chiapas, Mexico.