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La Corte Federal de Nueva York falló contra Ecuador en el caso Chevron

Olga Imbaquingo. Corresponsal en Nueva York y Red. Sociedad

Leonard Sand, juez principal de la Corte Federal del Distrital de Nueva York, desestimó el pedido del Gobierno ecuatoriano y de los afectados de la Amazonia. Estos solicitaron que se suspendiera temporalmente el arbitraje que se sigue en la Corte Permanente de La Haya.

Un proceso de 14 años
El juicio contra la petrolera empezó el 3 de noviembre de 1995. Un grupo de colonos e indígenas afectados presentó una demanda en la Corte del Distrito Sur de Nueva York.

El Comercio
Friday, March 12, 2010

Ecuadorean Indigenous Leader Asks CA Lawmakers for Support in Campaign to Demand Chevron Clean Up its Pollution in Amazon

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Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Sacramento, CA – Today, an Indigenous leader from Ecuador is meeting with California legislators and asking for their support in a 16+ year campaign to demand Chevron remediate massive oil contamination affecting over 30,000 people. Emergildo Criollo has traveled from his home in Ecuador’s Amazon rainforest region to deliver a direct message to Chevron’s new CEO John Watson, along with more than 325,000 petitions signed by people in over 150 countries, supporting his appeal.

Houston Chevron Marathon Marred by Denial of Runners’ Free Speech

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Friday, January 15, 2010

Houston, TX – A team that is running for human rights in Ecuador at this Sunday’s Chevron Houston Marathon was just kicked out of the marathon’s Expo by Chevron Marathon Managing Director Steven Karpas. The runners had paid for a table to distribute “I’m Running for Human Rights” stickers and information about Chevron’s refusal to clean up over 18 billion tons of toxic oil sludge they are responsible for in the Ecuadorean rainforest.

Advocates Run for Human Rights, Ecuadorean Rainforest in Chevron-sponsored Houston Marathon

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Thursday, January 14, 2010

Houston, TX- A team of human rights advocates will be running in this weekend’s Chevron Houston marathon to draw attention to the sponsoring oil company’s refusal to take responsibility for one of the largest environmental disasters in human history.