Steven Donziger Challenged A Corporate Polluter And Won, Now They’re Trying To Ruin Him

By Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese, Clearing the FOG. -

Texaco was the first oil company to drill in the Amazon. To maximize profits, and because they thought they could get away with it, they did not take any steps to protect local communities or the [...]

Open Letter In Support Of Environmental Lawyer Steven Donziger

By the National Lawyers Guild International. -

New York - Over 75 organizations, including international legal organizations and major human rights networks, signed on to an open letter released today in support of environmental lawyer Steven [...]

Impact Of Stranded Assets Begins: Chevron Writes Down $11 Billion In Fossil Fuel Investments

By Staff, -

The second-largest U.S. oil company, which plans to hold its 2020 spending program flat at $20 billion, said it may sell shale gas properties and its stake in a Canadian liquefied natural gas [...]

International Day Of Action Against Chevron: Oiling The Wheels Of Injustice

By Khaled Diab, -

Indigenous communities in the Amazon are still awaiting justice for the damage inflicted on their environments and health by Texaco. Hundreds of civil society organisations - representing an [...]

Ecuador’s Constitutional Court Rules Against Chevron, In Favor Of Indigenous Communities

By Staff, -

Ecuador’s Constitutional Court rejected Chevron’s request to revise a national court ruling that sentenced it to pay US$9.5 billion in environmental and social reparations to the communities [...]

Chevron Case – New Hearing In Canada

By Staff, -

On the 17th and 18th of April it will take place a new hearing which will face the Ecuadorian people against the oil company Chevron in Canada. Guillermo Grefa, member of the Kichwa indigenous [...]

Big Oil’s Bi-Partisan Helpers: A Refiner’s Fire 5 Years Later

By Steve Early, -

By Steve Early for Counter Punch - Five years ago, my wife and I moved to Richmond, CA and soon learned about the local emergency response protocol known as “shelter in place.” When large fires [...]

Exxon & Chevron Face Shareholder Challenges On Climate Change

By Staff, -

By Staff of PR Newswire - DALLAS, May 30, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- ExxonMobil and Chevron will host simultaneous annual meetings on Wednesday, May 31 in Dallas and Midland, TX respectively, and face [...]

Ecuador’s Indigenous People Take Their Case Against Chevron To Canada

By Yasmin Khan, -

By Yasmin Khan for Counter Punch - With eyes red with fatigue, Pablo Fajardo stood in front of a room of activists in Toronto, Canada explaining the plight of the more than 30,000 indigenous [...]

Redacted Tonight: Rev Pinkney, Chevron, Robots And More

By Staff, -

By Staff of Redacted Tonight - Comedian and host Lee Camp talks about Reverend Ed Pinkney – the political prisoner from Michigan you’ve never heard of. He’s slated to be locked up for years [...]

‘Yes, I Lied’: Vindicating Villagers, Star Chevron Witness Busted For Perjury

By Deirdre Fulton, -

By Deirdre Fulton for Common Dreams - In what is being called "a dramatic turn" in a protracted legal battle, documents publicized Monday reveal that the star witness in a case pitting [...]

Chevron Targeted In Solidarity With Unist’ot’en

By Earth First!, -

By Earth First! - Chevron has attempted trespass on unceded Unist’ot’en land in so-called British Columbia to survey for its proposed Pacific Trails Pipeline, which would span 273 miles through [...]

Chevron’s US Media Strategy: Write The Headlines

By Ed King, -

By Ed King in RTCC - It’s especially lucky to have a beneficent local employer, which regards economic growth as a priority. Sometimes those locals are even invited to the employer’s offices [...]

Activists Claim Victory Over Davos Forum

By Staff, -

Members of the World Economic Forum have long held that their stated aim of meeting annually in Switzerland is to "improve the state of the world." But protesters say the meetings are secretly [...]

Indigenous Communities Take Chevron To Court For ‘Crimes Against Humanity’

By Sarah Lazare, -

Chevron's repeated refusal to clean up its toxic contamination of Ecuador's Amazon rainforest constitutes an "attack" on civilian populations and should be investigated by the International [...]

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