The indigenous people and settlers of the Amazon who demand that the US oil company Chevron clean their land, accepted with resignation the ruling issued Thursday by the Supreme Court of Canada, denying a collection action against the company in that country. The Union of People Affected by the Oil Operations of Texaco (now Chevron), regretted the decision in Canada, but warned that they will present new demands in other countries until the oil company pays the environmental damages to which it was ordered by the Justice of Ecuador. “Unfortunately, in the whole world there is what is called an…
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