The Maduro government called the legislation “a violation of economic freedoms and a serious offense to the Venezuelan people.”
Exxon, Chevron Rake in Massive Profits
Despite the evidence of price gouging, Joe Biden has so far declined to endorse a windfall profits tax, opting instead to demand voluntary action from fossil fuel executives.
Craig Murray: Donziger — a Tale for Our Times
This case shows how we are all, in a sense, the prisoners of corporations which dictate the terms on which we live, work and share knowledge.
Donziger Free After ‘Completely Unjust’ Detention
After expressing relief and thanking his supporters, the human rights attorney emphasized that Chevron still intends to pursue a civil case against him.
Report: Ukraine Crisis Profiteering by US Oil Giants
An analysis by BailoutWatch, Friends of the Earth and Public Citizen describes the two main tactics that fossil fuel giants use to benefit investors.
COP26: Fossil Fuel Companies Get Inside Climate Conference
Organizers said they wouldn’t be welcome, but they found a side entrance, as Adam Ramsay reports.
COP26: More Than 30 Yrs Ago Global Warming Became Front-Page News
At the time, both Republicans and Democrats took it seriously, writes Robert Brulle.
COP26: What Big Oil Knew About Climate Change, Starting in 1959
At an old gunpowder factory in Delaware — now a museum and archive — Benjamin Franta found a transcript of a petroleum conference from 1959 that included a speech by Edward Teller.
CHRIS HEDGES: The Anonymous Executioners of the Corporate State
Imprisoning the David to Chevron’s Goliath is the latest outrage by a U.S. judiciary now engineered to favor the interests of capital.
PATRICK LAWRENCE: Instead of a Free Press
In the failed corporate coverage of Steven Donziger and Julian Assange there is an imposition of darkness, ignorance inflicted on Americans with intent.