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CNPC is the government-owned parent company of publicly listed PetroChina, which was created in November 1999 as part of the restructuring of CNPC.

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18 March 2020
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Author: Pagina Siete (Bolivia)

“China apunta a Bolivia con inversiones en parques nacionales y territorios indígenas” – 15 de marzo de 2020...

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18 March 2020

Bolivia: Study on environmental and social guidelines for Chinese investments warns about projects in indigenous territories and protected areas

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18 March 2020

Bolivia: Study on environmental and social guidelines for Chinese investments warns about projects in indigenous territories and protected areas

Author: Pagina Siete (Bolivia)

[Excerpt translation from Spanish to English provided by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre]...

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18 March 2020
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13 January 2020

Report finds top fossil fuel companies responsible for more than half of ocean acidification affecting coastal communities & marine life

Author: R Licker, B Ekwurzel, S C Doney, S R Cooley, I D Lima, R Heede & P C Frumhoff, on IOP Science

...[M]ore than half of the global surface ocean acidification is attributable to the CO2 emissions traced to the extraction, refining and combustion of fossil fuels and manufacturing of cement from the 88 largest carbon producers... Of these 88 major...

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27 November 2019
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25 November 2019

China National Petroleum Corporation did not respond

Business and Human Rights Resource Centre has invited China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) to respond to the letter issued by Crude Accountability and other NGOs expressing concerns over allegations of pollution caused by oil production...

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25 November 2019

Kazakhstan: NGOs urge CNPC to take actions in response to allegations of pollution caused by oil production activities

Author: Crude Accountability and other NGOs

We are writing to you and the Board to express our deep concern for the CNPC [China National Petroleum Corporation] associated oil production and the threat to one of the largest and most unique underground freshwater desposit Kokzhide in Kazakhstan....

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25 November 2019

Kazakhstan: NGOs urge companies to take actions to address concerns over pollution allegedly caused by oil production activities

In September and October 2019, Crude Accountability and some other NGOs in Kazakhstan issued a letter to the Board of Director of China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) and PetroChina Company Limited as well as to Korean National Oil Corporation ...

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25 November 2019

Ecuador: New Sarayaku Kichwa Lawsuit Highlights Violation of Indigenous Rights by Extractive Companies

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