October 22, 2018

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U.S. Judge Again Tries to Block Indigenous Peoples From Enforcing $12b Ecuador Pollution Judgment in Entire World

Posted: Apr 24, 2018 – 01:12 PM EST

NEW YORK, Apr. 24 /CSRwire/ - A U.S. federal trial judge, apparently reacting to Canadian appellate judges who seem willing to allow Ecuadorian villagers the chance to seize Chevron assets to comply with their $12b pollution judgment, has just issued a second extraordinary...

In Canada, Chevron Faced Tough Questions During Critical Court Hearing Over $12b Ecuador Pollution Judgment

Posted: Apr 20, 2018 – 02:17 PM EST

TORONTO, Apr. 20 /CSRwire/ - Chevron faced a series of tough questions from a three-judge appellate panel this week in Ontario over its continued attempt to evade paying a $12 billion environmental liability owed to Indigenous peoples and farmer communities in Ecuadors Amazon...

Under Pressure From First Nations, Chevron Faces Major Test in Canada As Critical Court Hearing Over $12b Ecuador Pollution Judgment Gets Underway

Posted: Apr 17, 2018 – 09:30 AM EST

TORONTO, Apr. 17 /CSRwire/ - Chevron faces a wave of cascading pressures in Canada including new evidence of a multi-billion dollar tax avoidance scheme as a critical court hearing gets underway that could determine whether the oil giant is finally forced to comply...

Ecuador Indigenous Leaders In Canada for Critical Court Hearing Against Chevron Over $12b Pollution Judgment

Posted: Apr 13, 2018 – 03:03 PM EST

TORONTO, Apr. 13 /CSRwire/ - Indigenous peoples and rainforest villagers from the Amazon Defense Coalition of Ecuador (FDA), the grass roots coalition trying to recover a historic $12 billion environmental judgment against Chevron, are scheduled to arrive in Toronto this weekend with the...

Chevron Demands Victims of Its Amazon Pollution Pay $33 Million for Court Costs in Ecuador Environmental Case

Posted: Apr 03, 2018 – 11:12 AM EST

NEW YORK, Apr. 03 /CSRwire/ - Although Chevron refuses to pay a historic $12b environmental judgment for polluting the Amazon, the oil giant is now trying to force Ecuadorian rainforest inhabitants who live in communities devastated by the companys toxic waste to turn...

In Canada, Chevron Faces New Risks From $12b Ecuador Pollution Judgment As Shareholders Step up Pressure

Posted: Mar 23, 2018 – 10:00 AM EST

TORONTO, Mar. 23 /CSRwire/ - After losing three consecutive appellate court decisions in Canada, Chevron faces significant new risk ahead of a critical court hearing next month in Toronto where it hopes to avoid a high-risk trial on enforcement of the $12 billion...

Chevron Selling Major Oil Assets in Canada While Trying to Escape $9.5B Pollution Debt Owed to Rainforest Villagers

Posted: Mar 13, 2018 – 01:51 PM EST

TORONTO, Mar. 13 /CSRwire/ - Ecuador rainforest communities trying to seize Chevron assets in Canada to enforce their $9.5 billion pollution judgment say they are extremely concerned that the oil giant is undermining the rule of law by selling off critical assets prior...

Rainforest Groups Blast U.S. Judge Kaplan for Ruling Designed to Help Chevron Evade $9.5b Pollution Liability

Posted: Mar 09, 2018 – 01:56 PM EST

NEW YORK, Mar. 09 /CSRwire/ - A little-noticed ruling in late February by controversial U.S. federal judge Lewis A. Kaplan in Chevrons $9.5 billion Ecuador pollution case already is damaging the judges personal credibility and backfiring against the oil giant in Canada where...

Leading Tech Companies Unite to Stop Online Wildlife Traffickers

Posted: Mar 07, 2018 – 10:00 AM EST

SAN FRANCISCO, Mar. 07 /CSRwire/ - The worlds leading e-commerce, technology and social media companies are joining forces with Google and World Wildlife Fund (WWF) to render online platforms and apps inoperable for wildlife traffickers to trade in endangered species. Today, 21 tech...

Donziger to Speak at Harvard Law on Historic Environmental Litigation of Amazon Indigenous Groups Against Chevron

Posted: Mar 05, 2018 – 12:43 PM EST

CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Mar. 05 /CSRwire/ - New York human rights attorney Steven Donziger long considered a leading public enemy of the oil and gas industry is slated to speak to students at Harvard Law School Tuesday about the historic environmental judgment won by...

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