Civil society organises day of action against Chevron (21 May 2020); incl. company response

On 21 May 2020, civil society organizations are organizing "Anti-Chevron Day", an annual international day of action where speakers from local communities, environmental and human rights NGOs and the scientific community will discuss allegations of environmental and climate-related abuses by Chevron. More information about the event is available here.

We invited Chevron to respond to these allegations; Chevron's response is below.

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Article
20 May 2020

Annual Anti-Chevron Day: 21 May 2020

Author: Amazon Watch, Civil Liberties Defense Center, Greenpeace USA, Protect the Protest, Rainforest Action Network, Union of Concerned Scientists, 350 Perth

Annual Anti-Chevron Day | Thursday, May 21st

Join us at 10 am PDT for an interactive online event to kick-off Anti-Chevron Day. Speakers from affected communities, environmental and human rights NGOs and the scientific community will discuss Chevron’s acts of environmental and climate destruction...

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Company response
20 May 2020

Response from Chevron

Author: Chevron

Protecting people and the environment are core values at Chevron. We strive to enable human progress in a sustainable manner to serve the world’s growing population and create a better future. Chevron’s Human Rights Policy, available on our website, reinforces Chevron’s commitment to respecting human rights... Chevron engages with stakeholders, investors, civil society organizations, customers, and other third parties, on an ongoing basis to inform its approach to human rights issues.  Learn more at https://www.chevron.com/sustainability

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