Protesters at Chevron's May 28 annual meeting in Midland, Tex., were paid $85 a piece to express frustration over the oil company’s victory in its long-running legal battle concerning pollution in Ecuador, according to a Bloomberg BusinessWeek report today.
Largely known for corruption and over-the-top marketing pushes, the International Olympic Committee has a shot to improve its soiled reputation by cracking down on Rio de Janeiro’s epic environmental failure.
Singer Associates handles media for California’s city of San Bruno, which is seeking compensation from utility giant PG&E over the 2010 pipeline explosion that killed eight of its citizens, injured 66 others and destroyed almost 40 homes.
The deaths of massive numbers of bees, a worldwide threat to food production, has been linked to genetically modified seeds, many of them produced by the DuPont Pioneer unit of DuPont, the largest U.S. producer of hybrid seeds for agriculture.
Protesters from the anti-fracking group No Dash for Gas blocked access to the London headquarters of Bell Pottinger this morning and hung a banner from the building as part of a campaign against the firm and U.K. energy client Cuadrilla.
Canada's Alberta province has hired Rasky Baerlein Strategic Communications to inform the U.S. Congress and White House officials about its solid environmental regulatory structure as part of the Ministry of International and Intergovernmental relations effort to win approval of the controversial Keystone Pipeline proposal of TransCanada.
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