This chapter presents an interview of Gopal Dayaneni who can be found on the front lines of environmental justice struggles. Even when he's working with Indigenous communities in North America to oppose oil extraction, partnering with Nigerians to resist human rights abuses, or trying to uncover the modern-day slavery of prison labor. The interview is about his definition of the term environmental justice and his difference defending his concrete interests and defending the environment in general as it is because when the stakes are higher or the passion is greater. He discusses the issue, as there is a stereotypical view of US environmentalists as white, middle class, and into bird watching. The interview is also about some of the things he thinks, as we try to move toward this whole green economy, that these bigger organizations can learn from community-based groups. Also describes about a vision of what an environmentally justice-informed green economy looks like to him.