This article has three purposes. First, the photographs and text narrate the diverse and persistent mobilization efforts against the oil sector operating in the Amazon region of Ecuador. Second, the study explores limitations of resistance networks composed of Northern environmental and Ecuadorian domestic groups.
Since 1972, oil companies have extracted more than 2 billion barrels of crude oil from the Ecuadorian Amazon, releasing billions of gallons of untreated wastes and oil directly into the environment.
First, the photographs and text narrate the diverse and persistent mobilization efforts against the oil sector operating in the Amazon region of Ecuador. Second, the study explores limitations of resistance networks composed of Northern environmental and Ecuadorian domestic groups.Ecuador’s Economy: Oil and Agriculture, Overdependence One of the main features of Ecuador ’s economy is its dependence on only a few key export commodities, most importantly oil and bananas. Oil accounts for approximately 40% of the export economy, while bananas are responsible for about 17%, and Ecuador is the largest producer of bananas in the world.Ecuador's president urges Brad Pitt to scrap Amazon oil spill movie Socialist leader Rafael Correa concerned film will be based on a book he alleges covered up actions of oil giant Chevron.
Ecuador-Peru Border Dispute Peru has not been involved in any significant international conflicts since the end of its border dispute with Ecuador in 1998. Ecuador and Peru have had a disputed.
Ecuador and Oil by Paul Donahue February 2003. When you think of the small Andean country of Ecuador, oil may not be one of the first things that comes to your mind. However, it should be. In this country of snow-capped volcanoes, steamy jungles, and misty, bromeliad-laden cloud forests, over the past 40 years oil has become a defining issue.
In the beginning. 1960s Formation of Shuar Federation (Ecuador’s first Indian Federation) Texaco established Lago Agrio as the company’s base of operations Discovery of oil in the northern Amazonian region Ecuador enacted its first agrarian reform law (1964) Texaco discovered.
The downside is the oil contamination and the oil has been responsible for conflicts in some parts of the world such as the Middle East. But at the end of the day everyone needs oil. In one or other of its many forms that we used it every day of our lives. The question may be.
Interactive Map of Global Oil. PHOTO ESSAY Civilians Caught in the Crossfire U.S. CORPORATE INTERESTS. Children forced to leave their homes by Colombia's armed conflict spend their days in.
The ultimate goal of the RSPO is to deploy a labeling system to certify palm oil that is said to be free of any connection to industry-induced cases of human rights’ abuses, environmental contamination, land-grabbing, armed violence, and social conflict—events that unfortunately are an all too common part of the everyday politics of palm oil in Colombia, Ecuador, Honduras, Guatemala, and.
Ecuador renounced the treaty in 1951, claiming it had been coerced into signing. The conflict, which dates back to the early 1800s, did not again mushroom into serious fighting until now.
In a crushing blow to former president Rafael Correa, his hand-picked successor Lenin Moreno overwhelmingly won a referendum that reverses some Correa’s policies and bars him from running again.
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The Ishpingo-Tambococha-Tiputini (ITT) in the Yasuni National Park is said to hold 909 million barrels of oil reserves, yet controversial social relations causes protests and political conflicts. The indigenous social relations regarding the oil production of Ecuador are facing controversial issues.
Editor's note: The Embassy of Ecuador on Feb. 16 requested the right to respond to a photo essay about the plight of a Huaorani indigenous community in the Amazon rainforest.