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3 July 2018

USA: Rhode Island files lawsuit against oil & gas companies over climate change impacts

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27 June 2005

Friends of the Earth Report: "Lessons Not Learned - The Other Shell Report 2004"

Author: Friends of the Earth

[also refers to BP, South African Petroleum Refinery (joint venture BP & Shell), Caltex, Petron, Motiva (joint venture Shell & Saudi Aramco)]

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4 May 2005

Motiva Enterprises website: "Safety, Health & Environment"

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2 May 2005

With Little Fanfare, a New Effort to Prosecute Employers That Flout Safety Laws [USA]

Author: David Barstow & Lowell Bergman, New York Times

...a partnership between the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, the Environmental Protection Agency and a select group of Justice Department prosecutors has been forged to identify and single out for prosecution the nation's most flagrant...

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1 March 2005

The Rosa Parks of the Environmental Justice Movement: Margie Richard [USA]

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1 March 2005

The Rosa Parks of the Environmental Justice Movement: Margie Richard [USA]

Author: Steve Lerner, Common Ground [USA]

From her trailer in a small town in Louisiana, a retired schoolteacher took on the world’s 10th largest corporation to save her community...Until four years ago, Margie Richard lived in a trailer smack on the fenceline with a giant Shell/Motiva [joint...

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1 January 2005

Representatives from communities living near Shell's operations around the world to raise concerns at its Annual General Meeting

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1 January 2004

Close to Home: Case Studies of Human Rights Work in the United States

Author: Larry Cox and Dorothy Q. Thomas (eds.), Ford Foundation

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1 January 2004

[PDF] Chapter 12 - Environmental Justice: Domestic laws were ineffective, but when human rights pressure was applied, a corporate polluter came to the table and settled. [USA]

Author: Larry Cox and Dorothy Q. Thomas (eds.), Ford Foundation

[Case study: Black neighbourhood in USA accused Shell of toxic pollution - Shell fought, then settled the case]

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22 December 2003

When Workers Die: U.S. Rarely Seeks Charges for Deaths in Workplace

Author: David Barstow, New York Times

Every one of their deaths was a potential crime. Workers decapitated on assembly lines, shredded in machinery, burned beyond recognition, electrocuted, buried alive — all of them killed, investigators concluded, because their employers willfully...

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