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21 August 2001

4 major oil firms settle MTBE cleanup suit

Author: William Carlsen, San Francisco Chronicle

S.F. judge presses 4 others to reach similar agreements - Four of the nation's largest oil companies agreed in court yesterday to clean up MTBE contamination in California caused by leaking gasoline storage tanks or face contempt of court penalties....

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21 August 2001

4 major oil firms settle MTBE cleanup suit - S.F. judge presses 4 others to reach similar agreements [USA]

Author: William Carlsen, San Francisco Chronicle

Four of the nation's largest oil companies agreed in court yesterday to clean up MTBE contamination in California caused by leaking gasoline storage tanks or face contempt of court penalties. The settlement, which will cover approximately 700...

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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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25 June 2002

The whole world wants Ivanhoe to withdraw from Burma

Author: Canadian Labour Congress and ICEM

As the Canadian-based Ivanhoe Mines Ltd.'s holds its annual shareholders meeting today in Vancouver, the Canadian Labour Congress and the International Federation of Chemical, Energy, Mine and General Workers' Unions (ICEM) are urging the company to...

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1 July 2002

A Guide to Indigenous Peoples’ Rights in the International Labour Organization

Author: Fergus MacKay, Forest Peoples Programme

Indigenous peoples throughout the world continue to suffer serious abuses of their human rights. In particular, they are experiencing heavy pressure on their lands from logging, mining, roads, conservation activities, dams, agribusiness and...

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1 January 2004

Out of Burma: Grassroots Activism Forces Multinationals to End Ties with the Burmese Dictatorship

Author: Jeff Shaw, Multinational Monitor

The brutality of the ruling military junta, the elegance of the Burmese democratic movement and the strategic savvy of an international solidarity movement have spurred a multinational corporate procession out of the country, and away from support for...

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9 July 2004

Death, Illness Haunt Oil Fields [Kazakhstan]

Author: Bagila Bukharbayeva, Associated Press

Oil worker Bisen Zhekenov says his battle with Halliburton began on a hot summer day in 1998 when a leak of highly toxic gas at the country's largest oil field made him violently ill. [also refers to ChevronTexaco, ExxonMobil, KazMunaiGas, LukArco ...

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16 August 2004

Report Names Practices that Lead to Environmental Accounting Fraud

Author: GreenBiz.com

A new report, "Fooling Investors and Fooling Themselves" identifies aggressive accounting and asset management tactics that can lead to environmental accounting fraud. [refers to Halliburton, Dow, Kaiser Aluminum, Honeywell, Monsanto, Tosco, BP,...

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1 March 2005

Ecuador – Oil Rights or Human Rights?

Author: Amnesty International

The human rights situation of Indigenous peoples and environmentalists in Ecuador continues to be a serious concern for Amnesty International. For over four decades, Indigenous communities have witnessed multinational oil companies cut through the...

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