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Follow-up on EJOLT REPORT 1 – shipbreaking

While 4 ejolt reports are in the pipeline for publication in the coming two months, our work does not end with the publication of a report. We gave 15 copies …

EJOLT research unearths radioactive contamination in Namibia

By Bertchen Kohrs and¬†Bruno Chareyron. EARTHLIFE Namibia and CRIIRAD (Commission for Independent Research and Information about Radiation) have organized visits and measurements in areas located in the vicinity of uranium mines …

FIRST EJOLT REPORT: Industrial waste conflicts around the world. Case studies from India and Bulgaria: shipbreaking and incineration.

EJOLT is proud to announce the first in a series of in-depth reports made through a year-long collaboration between activists and scientists from around the world. In this report, we …

NEW BOOK: ÔĽŅÔĽŅEcological Economics from the Ground Up

EJOLT follows from a previous FP7 project called CEECEC and this book is one of the results of that 2 year long effort by 8 CSOs and 6 universities. This …

Stay tuned on struggles for environmental justice

As the EJOLT project gains steam, we are increasing our efforts to keep you up to date on the fight for environmental justice – wherever it is happening. About 200 …

Summer School and Workshop on Political Ecology, Environmental Justice, and Conflicts

This course, held from July 2nd¬†‚Äď July 11th¬†2012,¬†examines the global movement for environmental justice and focuses on socio-environmental conflicts at different scales and in different forms. The course is based …

Thyssen-Krup Steel Company tries to silence EJOLT partner with a slapp suit

Researchers from EJOLT partner Fiocruz¬†are being sued for evaluating impacts caused by ThyssenKrupp Atlantic Steel Company in Santa Cruz, Brazil.¬†Please sign this declaration of support, send an email with your …

EJOLT presents documentary to support the struggle of waste pickers

A battle is brewing in Delhi, India over access and control to garbage. For decades, informal¬†wastepickers and recyclers have turned garbage into cash. They cost the government and¬†taxpayer nothing yet …

On a nuclear mission in Namibia

Radiation monitoring experts from France went on a mission to Namibia to work with activists and communities on uranium mining in their area. The objective was to increase the awareness …

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