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11 December 2006
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Author: Emilio Godoy, Prensa Libre [Guatemala]

Las cuatro empresas calificadas para pujar por la construcción de la refinería en Centroamérica han estado involucradas ya sea en casos de violaciones a contaminación ambiental, derechos humanos o corrupción corporativa. El peor récord puede atribuirse...

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24 November 2006

China punishes officials a year after toxic spill

Author: Reuters

China has punished officials responsible for the Songhua River spill that cut off drinking water in Harbin for days, one of the country's worst environmental disasters, Xinhua news agency said on Friday. An explosion last November at a PetroChina...

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17 November 2006

Chinese banks - How the other half lends

Author: Andrew Newton, Ethical Corporation

Critics fear that China’s state-owned banks will assume the same role in finance that China National Oil Company and its state-owned brethren have done in oil production, venturing to finance projects and corporations that western banks with their...

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13 November 2006
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Author: CRE [Ecuador]

La Asociación de Empresas Petroleras del Ecuador (AIHE) afirmó que sus afiliadas son víctimas de "chantaje" por parte de las comunidades indígenas de la región amazónica. Esto, luego de los incidentes que se produjeran la semana anterior, en la que...

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12 November 2006

Oil companies say they are 'blackmailed' by Ecuador's jungle communities

Author: Associated Press

A group representing oil companies in Ecuador on Sunday criticized the government's failure to curb takeovers of pumping facilities by Indian communities, saying international companies are being "blackmailed." The complaint came a day after 300...

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19 October 2006

PERU: Oil company 'won't drill on isolated Indians' land'

Author: Survival International

An oil company exploring for oil in the Peruvian Amazon has announced that it will not enter the territory of isolated Indians, even though the land was inside its concession... Lot 113 was super-imposed over an existing reserve for uncontacted...

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26 September 2006

New laws hit Sudan funds

Author: Gilbert Chan, Sacramento Bee

Students reveled Monday in a major victory for their divestment movement as Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger signed two bills requiring California's public pension funds to shed Sudan-related holdings...Assembly Bill 2941...requires that CalPERS and CalSTRS...

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21 August 2006

Indigenous Community to Take Oil Company to Court [Peru]

Author: Milagros Salazar, Inter Press Service

For thirty years the Achuar people in the Corrientes River basin were unable to stop outsiders from polluting their environment. Now, the indigenous group is about to become the first in Peru to take legal action, as it plans to file suit against the...

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16 August 2006
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16 August 2006
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Author: Milagros Salazar, Inter Press Service

Luego de más de 30 años de sufrir contaminación ambiental en sus territorios, el pueblo achuar de la cuenca del río Corrientes, en la selva peruana, evalúa iniciar acciones legales contra las compañías responsables de los daños. Este sería el primer...

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