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13 September 2002

Author of World Bank Environmental Policies Says the OCP Crude Pipeline in Ecuador Threatens Amazon Biodiversity and Indigenous Peoples

Author: Amazon Watch, Environmental Defense and German NGOs

Report Commissioned by Amazon Watch, Environmental Defense and German NGOs - Environmental groups in Germany and the US released a new report today that provides conclusive evidence that the German Bank Westdeutsche Landesbank (WestLB) violated its...

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31 July 2002

full report: Clashes with Corporate Giants: 22 campaigns for biodiversity and community

Author: Friends of the Earth

[includes section entitled "Towards binding corporate accountability"; also includes the following case studies: Peru: Manhattan Minerals (Tambogrande gold mine) Malaysia: Malaysian timber companies (logging in Sarawak - affecting indigenous peoples)...

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3 July 2002

Transnational Corporations And Human Rights

Author: International League for Human Rights, document for U.N. Sub-Commission on the Promotion and Protection of Human Rights

Written statement submitted by International League for Human Rights [refers to Tibet & China: Australian-owned Sino Mining International, BP, ENI/Agip, PetroChina, Shell, Exxon/Mobil; Burma: Unocal]

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4 March 2002
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Author: La Hora [Ecuador]

Las comunidades huaorani de Ecuador aceptaron unos pocos alimentos, medicinas y utensilios a cambio de permitir a la petrolera italiana Agip Oil explorar su territorio, lo cual constituye "una burla a los derechos colectivos" de los indígenas, afirmó...

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1 February 2002

Ecuador, Defending the Amazon

Author: Peter Lippman, The Advocacy Project

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1 February 2002

Risky Business: The Oil Industry and Its Legacy of Pollution

Author: Peter Lippman, The Advocacy Project

[refers to Texaco, Arco, Agip] [in "Ecuador, Defending the Amazon"]

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Article
11 October 2001

Women and Children Begin Blockades of Pipeline - Construction Crews in Threatened Ecuadorian Cloud Forest Reserve

Author: Amazon Watch & Acción Ecológica

Early this morning, dozens of women - many accompanied by their children - arrived in the Mindo Nambillo Cloud Forest Reserve and began peacefully blockading construction machinery belonging to the company Techint, a member of the OCP Consortium in...

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11 October 2001

Women and Children Begin Blockades of Pipeline - Construction Crews in Threatened Ecuadorian Cloud Forest Reserve

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13 October 2000

New Report Documents China's Exploitation of Tibet's Oil and Mineral Resources

Author: Project Underground

BP and ENI/AGIP Implicated in Economic Colonization of Tibet - Tibetan Government in Exile Calls Increased Drilling "Problematic"

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