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Pablo Fajardo Letter to California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger

17 April 2007 | Frente de Defensa de la Amazonia

Letter from Pablo Fajardo, the lead lawyer representing the plaintiffs against Chevron in Ecuador, to California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger. California is Chevron's home state, and Fajardo wrote to invite the governor to witness the damage in Ecuador, and to take a stand against the company for its reckless behavior.     More »

Myths and Facts About the Ecuador Disaster

Analyzing Chevron's Misleading Claims
20 November 2006

Document debunking 13 of Chevron's lies and distortions about its liability in Ecuador for the world’s worst oil-related environmental disaster.     More »

Report on Texaco's Fraudulent "Remediation" in the 1990s

November 2006

This report, assembled by the Amazon Defense Coalition, identifies the major ways in which Texaco's alleged remediation of its contaminated waste pits from 1995 to 1998 was a fraud, and in fact left high levels of contamination at many sites.     More »

Amazon Watch Letter to Chevron CEO Regarding Apparent Intimidation of Ecuador Plaintiffs

31 October 2006 | Amazon Watch

Amazon Watch sent this letter to Chevron CEO David O'Reilly, urging the company to clearly disassociate itself from attempts to intimidate and harm members of the plaintiffs' legal team in Ecuador, and to launch an investigation of those actions.     More »

Amazon Watch Letter to Chevron CEO Regarding Apparent Intimidation of Ecuador Plaintiffs

31 October 2006

Amazon Watch sent this letter to Chevron CEO David O'Reilly, urging the company to clearly disassociate itself from attempts to intimidate and harm members of the plaintiffs' legal team in Ecuador, and to launch an investigation of those actions.     More »

Chronology of Intimidation Attempts

26 October 2006

This document outlines the various threats, burglaries and other attempts to intimidate members of the plaintiffs' legal team in Ecuador that occurred in a disturbing pattern during 2005 and 2006.     More »

Open Letter to Chevron Employees

29 September 2006

This 2006 letter warns Chevron employees that their company has not told them the full truth about its responsibility in Ecuador, and urges them to help Chevron do the right thing and become an industry leader by funding a full remediation in Ecuador.     More »

Evidence of Contamination at "Remediated" Sites

This table shows evidence from the 2005 and 2006 judicial inspections that every site supposedly remediated by Chevron in the 1990s continues to have illegal levels of contamination.     More »

2006 Amazon Defense Coalition Letter on Chevron's Efforts to Delay Ecuador Trial

25 August 2006

This statement by the Amazon Defense Coalition defends plaintiffs' legal team's decision to withdraw their request for 64 inspections they had initially requested. This decision, taken in order to expedite the trial, is consistent with Ecuadorian law and legal principles accepted worldwide. The plaintiffs need only present as much evidence as they feel is needed to conclusively prove their case.     More »

Report on Texaco's Waste Dumping Practices

5 April 2006

This study examines Texaco's handling of toxic waste and produced water in its operations in Ecuador, and concludes that the company knowingly used sub-standard environmental controls that it would not have used in its operations in the United States.     More »