Trees on Shaky Ground in Texaco’s Rainforest -
By Gonzalo Ortiz, Ecuador, 2011
del Cambio Climático, Nº 4 - Edited by Entrepueblos,
August 2007 (Only in Spanish)
Document Regarding Civil Responsability and Restoration in the Convention
on Biological Diversity MOP VIII - CBD
Curitiba, March 2006
biodiversity conservation, climate change, peoples’ rights and
a moratorium to oil activities
Oilwatch ECO CALL Addressed at COP 11 of the Climate
Change Convention, MOP 1 of the Protocol of Kyoto, the SBSTA 23 and
SBSTTA 23 of the Convention on Biological Diversity. December 2005
Statement to the General Assembly of OPEC - Vienna, September
from the Conference on Oil, Resource Conflicts and Livelihoods in
Nigeria - March 2005
Oil: the oil curse and solutions for an oil-free future
Rising Tide - October 2004
special bulletin Nº 45, review how oil companies
benefits and who promotes the petroleum model.
Oilwatch, may 2004
Trading: Perverse Twice Over
letter to IUCN, Conservation International, The Nature Conservancy,
Flora & Fauna International, Smithsonian Institute.
Energy and Biodiversity Initiative (EBI)
from Oilwatch - November 2003
Letter to CIFOR (Center for International Forestry Research)
sent to David Kaimowitz, Director of CIFOR, on behalf of the Oilwatch
Network and the World Rainforest Movement expressing our concern about
a study that appears to give green credentials to two activities that
are at the core of deforestation and forest degradation: oil and mining.
in a Barrel of Oil.
By John Stanton.
Chad/Cameroon Oil & Pipeline Project - Reaching a Critical Milestone
by Korinna Horta / Environmental Defense - January 2003
Italiano deportado en forma violenta por protestar contra OCP
Ecológica - Noviembre 2002
Photo Exhibit. The Oil Flows, the Earth Bleeds. 10 Years of Resistance
World is not for Transnational Companies - OilWatch Position
Statement regarding The 17th World Petroleum Congress
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - September 1 to 5, 2002
Action Alert - Shell
of protest against WEC's award to Shell
against obscene reward for Shell’s environmental crimes!!!
high cost of Cheap Oil"
- selection of articles published in the World Rainforest Movement's
Bulletin on the issue of oil exploitation. World Rainforest Movement,
New Heavy Crude Pipeline in Ecuador. Fueling a Second Oil Boom in
the Amazon. by
Amazon Watch, June 2001
presented during the Africa Upstream meeting, Capetown,
Statement for the 7th Conference on Climate Change - French