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Originally published via Amazon Watch By Paul Paz y Miño Yesterday, May 26th, was Chevron’s 11th shareholder meeting since the company lost a historic $9.5 billion judgement for deliberately polluting the Ecuadorian Amazon. Since then,
For Immediate Release May 21, 2021 Contacts: Shoshana Wechsler at firstname.lastname@example.org +1.510.332.4110 Nyunt Than at email@example.com +1.510.220.1323 Paul Paz y Miño at firstname.lastname@example.org +1.510.773.4635 Communities Demand Accountability and an End to Chevron’s Pollution During the
Chief Judge Laura Taylor SwainDaniel Patrick Moynihan United States CourthouseCourtroom 17C 500 Pearl St. New York, NY 10007-1312 Judge Loretta PreskaDaniel Patrick Moynihan United States CourthouseCourtroom 12A 500 Pearl St. New York, NY 10007-1312 Chief Judge Debra Ann LivingstonUnited
March 11, 2021FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contacts:Jim Taylor, WCWC President 530-938-2080 email@example.comBruce Shoemaker, WCWC media liaison, 612-770-9697 firstname.lastname@example.org Today the Weed City Council approved an agreement which secures, in perpetuity, the City’s rights to the high