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Lisa Jackson’s U.S. Environmental Protection Agency as given the Army Corps of Engineers a green light for the Pine Creek mine permit, a mountaintop removal (MTR) mining site in Logan County, W.Va.
10 lessons communities in Ecuador have compiled from their experiences living with Chevron’s billions of gallons of oil contamination for the past 30 years.
The EPA's "new approach" to mountaintop removal means more mountains and streams destroyed for cheap coal
Already, over 500 historic mountains have disappeared, 2,000 miles of Appalachian rivers and drinking water have been poisoned and the health of countless families have been sacrificed.
Chevron is responsible for one of the largest environmental disasters in history. Today the oil giant is waging unprecedented public relations and lobbying campaigns to avoid having to clean up environmental and public health catastrophes that continue today.
Our corporate campaigns seek to push companies to balance profits with principles.
We're challenging the banking sector to stop financing mountaintop removal mining.
Mountaintop removal (MTR) coal mining is one of America’s worst environmental crimes.