Eye on the Amazon
  • Smooth Criminal: Chevron Sues Rainforest Communities It Contaminated

    Smooth Criminal: Chevron Sues Rainforest Communities It Contaminated

    October 15, 2013 – Chevron has taken "blame the victim" to a new extreme in its attempt to avoid the $19 billion guilty verdict handed down by an Ecuadorian court in February 2011.

  • Belo Sun No!

    Belo Sun No!

    Stop further tragedy on the Xingu River

    October 10, 2013 – Together with our partners in Brazil, Canada, the United States, and Europe, we are standing against Canadian mining company Belo Sun's outrageous scheme to reap massive profits from the social and environmental havoc being caused by Belo Monte.

  • Making History: Brazil's National Indigenous Mobilization

    Making History: Brazil's National Indigenous Mobilization

    October 8, 2013 – Participating in Brazil's most significant indigenous mobilization in the last 25 years was an extraordinary opportunity to deliver on our commitment to support the struggle of indigenous peoples in the Amazon.

  • Whose First Amendment Rights Are These Anyway?

    Whose First Amendment Rights Are These Anyway?

    October 4, 2013 – Chevron's multifaceted crusade against environmental and human rights activists and lawyers provides a deeply problematic blueprint other companies may be tempted to mimic to strike back against critics.

  • Notes from Brasilia: Pepper Spray, Turned Away and 513 Years of Fighting for Indigenous Rights

    Notes from Brasilia: Pepper Spray, Turned Away and 513 Years of Fighting for Indigenous Rights

    October 3, 2013 – How inspiring it was to hear the words of Martin Luther King, Jr. spoken from the heart of an indigenous warrior as he berated a Brazilian congressman who tried to mislead a crowd.

  • Protests Sweep Brazil Demanding End to Attack on Indigenous Rights

    Protests Sweep Brazil Demanding End to Attack on Indigenous Rights

    Historic mobilization coincides with the 25th anniversary of Brazil's constitution, which affirmed its commitment to indigenous rights

    October 2, 2013 – In response to attacks on indigenous peoples' rights and territories by Congress, Brazil's National Indigenous Association called for widespread protests until October 5th.

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