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In a historic court ruling, US oil company Chevron has been fined $8.6 billion for polluting a huge area of the Ecuadorian Amazon.
A German church-backed human rights organisation wants action to save one of the world largest swamplands, threatened by oil extraction activities.
Survival International and other leading NGOs are demanding that three companies withdraw from an area inhabited by uncontacted tribes in Peru.
Britain’s Quakers have sold their shares in multinational oil company BP after criticism from both within and outside their own ranks.
Climate change protesters have blockaded a road leading to a major oil refinery outside London, in order to slow the flow of fuel to the capital.
Churches around the country have been holding 'Oil Fast' services in a day for action and reflection for lifestyle changes and spiritual inspiration.
At the UN Sudan summit, President Obama and world leaders must address oil disputes that threaten civil war in Africa’s biggest country, Global Witness says.
Campaigners have stopped an oil platform from moving into position to start drilling a well in deep water off the Shetland Islands by climbing up its huge anchor chain.
The United Nations (UN) has been urged by Amnesty International not to reply on data supplied by oil companies when assessing the causes of oil spills.
BP was prevented from selling fuel anywhere in central London this morning, when nonviolent Greenpeace activists shut down every petrol station in the area.
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