chevron ecuador

Videos of 7 Activists Who Got Jailed This Week for Hanging “Chevron Guilty: Clean Up Amazon” Banner from Bridge

7 activists from the Rainforest Action Network (RAN) got jailed earlier this week for standing with 30,000 Ecuadoreans who were affected by Chevron’s toxic legacy. These activists, as you can see in the videos below, climbed and dropped a banner from the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge near Chevron’s Richmond refinery with the statement “Chevron Guilty: Clean Up Amazon” on it.

Videos of 7 Activists Who Got Jailed This Week for Hanging “Chevron Guilty: Clean Up Amazon” Banner from Bridge Read More 👉

Chevron Found Guilty! But Still Trying to Avoid its Responsibility

More updates on this story: Updates on Chevron-Ecuador Controversy (posting on February 17, 7:00am EST) If you’re just tuning in, Chevron and a previously independent company it now owns (Texaco, which it bought in 2001) have been using and abusing Ecuador for about half a century. They dumped billions upon billions of of gallons of

Chevron Found Guilty! But Still Trying to Avoid its Responsibility Read More 👉

Chevron Found Guilty! But Still Trying to Avoid its Responsibility

More updates on this story: Updates on Chevron-Ecuador Controversy (posting on February 17, 7:00am EST) If you’re just tuning in, Chevron and a previously independent company it now owns (Texaco, which it bought in 2001) have been using and abusing Ecuador for about half a century. They dumped billions upon billions of of gallons of

Chevron Found Guilty! But Still Trying to Avoid its Responsibility Read More 👉

Scroll to Top