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San Ramon, Calif. – At Chevron’s annual shareholder meeting May 25, 22 indigenous, First Nation and other impacted community members and supporters who had traveled to the company’s headquarters from locations around the globe and across the state confronted...

by Antonia Juhasz
June 9, 2011

San Francisco Bay Area organizations offering education-based trips to Cuba will now be able to fly out of Oakland International Airport, which has been approved as one of only 4 charter flight gateways to the Caribbean island. Airport officials announced today that...

Spud Hilton
June 8, 2011

TEHRAN — Not participating in the 2012 London Olympics is a nightmare for every serious athlete, but for the Iranian women’s soccer team the defeat was extra bitter after they were disqualified right before a crucial qualifying match because they wore Islamic headscarves...

Thomas Erdbrink
June 6, 2011

Great Visuals! Interviews Available! Great Visuals! Interviews Available!

NEW YORK CITY///NEWS ADVISORY// With World Day Against Child Labor right around the corner, students and social justice leaders and groups will gather...

June 6, 2011


Is it possible to grant Mother Earth the same rights as people? And what does that mean? On the next Your Call, we'll have a conversation on a new law in Bolivia, which redefines natural resources as blessings and gives nature the same rights as human beings. How...

With Rose Aguilar and Sandip Roy
June 1, 2011

It is alleged that civil servants were among those who profited from the purchase of blood supplies imported from abroad throughout the 1990s.

On Wednesday 14 people were arrested in three Brazilian cities.

The darkly named Operation Vampire has revealed...

The darkly named Operation Vampire has revealed fraud said by the Brazilian government to total $637m.
May 27, 2011


With 43 lobbyists and a federal influence-peddling budget of at least $35 million this past election cycle, Chevron must have an ambitious agenda for the...

By Tyson Slocum
May 26, 2011

"We are the human face of Chevron's operations, armed with the memories of our dead relatives, our neighbors, our sick children," said one woman who traveled from Ecuador."

San Ramon, CA - Yesterday, Chevron's Annual General Meeting of shareholders kicked off at the San Ramon...

By Tina Gerhardt
May 26, 2011


MANHATTAN (CN) - More than 20 influential Chevron shareholders, including the New York comptroller and Oxfam America, signed a letter urging Chevron to enter settlement negotiations with a group of indigenous Ecuadorean who won an $18 billion environmental lawsuit...

By Adam Klasfeld
May 26, 2011


With Chevron Corp. set to hold its annual shareholder meeting this morning, a global network of the company's critics on Tuesday released a report accusing the oil giant of environmental crimes around the world. This marks the third year in a row that the activists...

By David R. Baker
May 25, 2011


A big banner with the words "Chevron Guilty: Clean Up Amazon" fluttering under Richmond-San Rafael bridge on Monday morning, hung by 5 environmentalists who have accused the energy giant of causing rainforest pollution in Amazon, have got them into trouble. The...

May 25, 2011


SAN RAMON -- Activists besieged Chevron at its shareholders meeting here Wednesday, in a gathering punctuated by shouts from attendees, warnings the event would be terminated early and interventions by security guards. The acrimony at the annual meeting nearly...

By George Avalos
May 25, 2011

WHAT: Colorful Protest Rally Outside - Creative Visuals -
Local and International Shareholder Activism Inside Chevron’s Annual Shareholder Meeting

WHEN: Wednesday, May 24
7:00am – 11:00am

WHERE: Chevron’s World Headquarters...

May 25, 2011


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May 25, 2011


Women traversed the globe from as far as Ecuador, Nigeria, Colombia and Indonesia to make their voices heard today at Chevron’s annual shareholder’s meeting in California. In contrast to last year–when activists were denied the mic–22 indigenous, First Nation and...

By Kari Paul
May 25, 2011

Several activist groups and dozens of supporters rallied at Chevron's headquarters during the company's annual shareholders meeting on Wednesday morning to demand environmental, economic and climate justice. Organizers said they want Chevron to take responsibility for...

By Jessica Lipsky
May 24, 2011

On eve of oil giant’s annual shareholder meeting, The True Cost of Chevron Network releases damning Alternative Annual Report, demands that Chevron change its destructive ways.
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San Francisco – At a...

May 24, 2011

Chevron destroys everything, except profits. And by everything, we mean everything. The Amazon rainforest and its indigenous communities? Check. The Boreal Forest in northern Canada and its indigenous communities? Check. The Niger Delta? Check. Indonesia, Texas, and Iraq...

By Carly Nairn
May 24, 2011

UNITED NATIONS - An international coalition of academics and environmental activists has launched a global campaign for the creation of a new U.N. convention to protect "mother earth". "It will not be an easy struggle to have the rights of nature understood and adopted....

May 24, 2011