By Michael Krasny, KQED Forum
28 May 2009
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San Ramon-based Chevron announced this week that it would start tracking and reporting its carbon emissions, becoming the first big oil company to do so. But Chevron continues to be a target of environmental and human rights activists, who protested the company's annual shareholders meeting on Wednesday. We talk with Antonia Juhasz, policy analyst, author of "The Tyranny of Oil" and lead author and editor of "The True Cost of Chevron: An Alternative Annual Report" and look at the latest news and geopolitical issues surrounding the company.
Note: Chevron declined our invitation to appear on the program.