Two years ago Ecuadorian farmer Servio Curipoma left his rainforest home and traveled thousands of miles to bring his heartbreaking story to the United States. He came asking for help from Chevron, and he didn't get it. This month he returns to demand – on behalf of all the Amazonian communities
Environmental and Human Rights groups are calling for Chevron CEO John Watson to be FIRED! CLICK HERE TO JOIN THE CALL! Since he took over Chevron has become a "corporate criminal on the run" for crimes in Ecuador and with additional spills in Brazil, explosions in Richmond, California and Nigeria,
Pledge to join us on Monday, April 22nd – Earth Day – in a coordinated Twitter and Facebook event to tell the government of Ecuador that the Amazon is NOT for sale. All you have to do is tweet a sentence to President Correa of Ecuador (@Presidencia_Ec) who wants to auction off nearly ten million
At one point or another every social justice activist wakes up wondering if we stand a chance against the massive forces acting against us. This week, my faith in justice was given a boost when Amazon Watch won a major victory in the face of Chevron's massive legal efforts against us. In U.S.