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10 February 2014
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Author: Darío Aranda, Página 12 (Argentina)

…[Compañías] petroleras y mineras de Estados Unidos operan en 370 sitios de pueblos originarios en 36 países y…extraen riquezas naturales sin respetar los derechos de las comunidades indígenas. Las empresas extractivas operan en 41 lugares de América...

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Company non-response
20 November 2013

WPX Energy did not respond to: "Indigenous Rights Risk Report" highlights financial & shareholder risks of failure to respect indigenous rights by extractive companies.

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19 November 2013

The Next Financial Bubble: Indigenous Peoples Rights - Report Exposes Risk to Shareholders When Indigenous Rights Are Ignored

Author: First Peoples Worldwide

[Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Apache, Chevron, Cliffs, EOG, ExxonMobil, Freeport-McMoRan, Kinder Morgan, Kosmos Energy, Murphy, Newmont, Southern Copper [part of Grupo México], Soutwestern Energy, WPX to respond to the report....

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28 October 2013

First Peoples Worldwide’s - Indigenous Rights Risk Report for the Extractive Industry - Preliminary Findings

Author: First Peoples Worldwide

The Indigenous Rights Risk Report makes the financial case for why investors, shareholders, and corporations need to respect Indigenous Peoples rights and proactively work with Indigenous communities to minimize their financial risk and maximize...

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