All Articles on Chevron

Police ride on an armored vehicle on May 31, 2020 in Bellevue, Washington. News
New Investigation Reveals How Fossil Fuel Giants Are Amplifying Militarized Police Forces
"This report sheds a harsh and needed light on the ways police violence and systemic racism intersect with the climate crisis."
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Maxewell Rees and his brothers Daniel Rees and Jackson Rees sit on a park bench partly submerged due to seasonal flooding next to the Tidal Basin as cherry blossoms begin their annual blooming season March 29, 2010 in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Win McNamee/Getty Images) News
DC Sues Fossil Fuel Giants for Decades of Spending Millions to 'Mislead Consumers and Discredit Climate Science in Pursuit of Profits'
"Climate denial is not a victimless crime. Now, one by one states and local governments are stepping up to hold the perpetrators accountable."
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California Communities Sue Fossil Fuel Companies, Demanding State Court Hold Them Accountable for Climate Crisis
"It's about getting them to pay for the damages they knowingly created."
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Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison speaks during a press conference at Parliament House on January 05, 2020 in Canberra, Australia. News
"Stop Making a Killing at the Planet's Expense": Climate Advocates Call for Fossil Fuel Companies to Foot Australia Fires Bill
"'Whatever it takes' needs to include serious and ambitious action to reduce Australia's and global emissions."
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Experts Warn Chevron's $11 Billion Write-Down Portends 'Greater Troubles to Come' for Fossil Fuel Industry
"Business as usual, even efficient business as usual is wholly insufficient in a market that is, and must, fundamentally change."
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'Definition of Insane Greed': Investing Billions in New Projects, Fossil Fuel Corporations Undermining World's Climate Targets
"These dirty fossil fuel companies are not getting the message, let alone acting on the urgency of the climate crisis."
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How Do Big Oil Companies Talk about Climate Science? Four Takeaways from a Day in Court
While scientists are clear on the effects of fossil fuel emissions on the growing climate crisis, Big Oil continues to downplay the connection and rely on outdated information to argue its case
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'Justice Denied' as Court Sides with Chevron in Amazon Pollution Case
U.S. decision 'dealt a blow against free speech & corporate accountability everywhere,' Amazon Watch tweeted
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Celebrating Common Sense?
Last week, there was a bit of good news on the trade front: on July 8, tobacco giant Philip Morris lost its ridiculous case against Uruguay’s cigarette labeling laws. In 2010, the multinational company’s Swiss subsidiary—which owns its operations in Uruguay—sued the country over rules designed to...
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After 'Robbing Humanity' of Better Future, Shareholders Targeted for Big Oil's Charade
Both Exxon and Chevron hold their annual shareholder meetings on Wednesday. Activists plan to protest both events.
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