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    13 marzo, 2014 • Sin categoría

    Latin American Nations Back Ecuador in $10 Billion Fight With Chevron
  • 2 febrero, 2014 • Sin categoría

    Chevron can´t stop the truth
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    29 enero, 2014 • Sin categoría

    Mia Farrow visited Tuesday one of the contaminated sites
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    22 enero, 2014 • Sin categoría

  • 19 enero, 2014 • Sin categoría

    This is the dirty hand of Chevron
  • Actor Danny Glover to Visit Contaminated Areas in the Ecuadorian Rainforest Where Chevron Operated

    QUITO, Ecuador, Nov. 04 /CSRwire/ – The famous American actor and social activist Danny Glover arrived in Ecuador yesterday where he plans to visit an area of the Ecuadorian Amazon rainforest were the multinational oil giant Chevron operated, and was sentenced by a local court to pay a multibillion-dollar fine for a massive environmental contamination. …

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  • Actor Danny Glover to Visit Contaminated Areas in the Ecuadorian Rainforest Where Chevron Operated

    The famous American actor and social activist Danny Glover arrived in Ecuador yesterday where he plans to visit an area of the Ecuadorian Amazon rainforest were the multinational oil giant Chevron operated, and was sentenced by a local court to pay a multibillion-dollar fine for a massive environmental contamination. Ecuador’s vice president, Jorge Glass, announced …

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  • The Economist Chortling over Pollution in Ecuador

      By William K. Black The Economist has increasingly been copying the descent of the Wall Street Journal into dogma. One of it perennial hates is President Rafael Correa of Ecuador. Correa, an economist, has committed the unforgivable offense of succeeding through economic policies that The Economist despises. This is passing strange because Correa’s four …

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  • Richmond mayor vows solidarity with Ecuador

    RICHMOND — Mayor Gayle McLaughlin led about 25 protesters in a Tuesday morning demonstration at City Hall denouncing Chevron Corp. and pledging the city’s solidarity with Ecuadorean plaintiffs in their legal battles with the energy giant. “What is really at the heart of this case is human rights, justice and environmental protection,” McLaughlin said.

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  • Reaction against the lies of “The Economist”

      President Rafael Correa invited people to react against the lies of “The Economist” magazine about the campaign “Chevron’s Dirty Hand”. Correa urged people to invite via Twitter to those responsible for “The Economist” to visit Amazon Rainforest and check the environmental damage left by Chevron. Let’s invite all

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  • Invitation: Meeting about Chevron contamination

      Ecuadorian Coordinating Secretary of Knowledge and Human Talent Dr. Guillaume Long New York, NY (PRWEB) October 01, 2013 The New School will host an academic conference with the Ecuadorian Coordinating Secretary of Knowledge and Human Talent Dr. Guillaume Long. In the conference, titled “Ecuador’s Citizens Revolution: Achievements, Choices and Challenges, Six Years

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  • Richmond mayor returns from Ecuador, vows to turn up heat on Chevron

    By Robert Rogers Contra Costa Times POSTED:   09/26/2013 10:58:35 AM PDT | UPDATED:   ABOUT 14 HOURS AGO Richmond Mayor Gayle McLaughlin appears with Ecuadoran political leaders during a press conference last week near the Lago Agrio oil field, where they allege that reckless practices by Chevron Corp. has harmed groundwater and soils. (Courtesy of Doria …

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  • A moving testimony of an Ecuadorian farmer silenced the audience at the UN

    Submitted by Luis Padilla on Wed, 09/25/2013 – 16:26 Quito, 25 sep (Andes).- A moving testimony presented by Jose Shingre, a farmer from the Ecuadorian Amazon region, silenced the audience made up of diplomats and members of the media as he described how the pollution left by oil giant Chevron-Texaco in his homeland is causing …

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  • Ecuadorian President shows the world the pollution footprint that Chevron-Texaco left in the Amazon

    Submitted by Carla Loaiza on Tue, 09/17/2013 – 19:25 Santiago Aguilar, correspondent Aguarico/Sucumbíos, September 17 (Andes).- Ecuadorian President, Rafael Correa, verified firsthand the pollution footprint left by U.S. oil company Chevron, after 26 years operating in Ecuador’s Amazon. The President visited this Tuesday morning the Aguarico 4 well, located in the

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