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A true-crime podcast about climate change, hosted and reported by award-winning investigative journalist Amy Westervelt.

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A true-crime podcast about climate change, hosted and reported by award-winning investigative journalist Amy Westervelt.

    S5 Ep6 | A Verdict and a New Charge

    S5 Ep6 | A Verdict and a New Charge

    The case takes a bizarre turn with a sting operation, U.S. subpoenas, accusations of fraud and bribery, and finally a verdict in Ecuador.
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    • 24分
    S5 Ep5 | The Big Guns

    S5 Ep5 | The Big Guns

    With the Ecuadorian plaintiffs racking up good press and an endorsement from the country's president, Chevron kicks things up a notch, bringing on new lawyers and PR firms to tell a very different story.
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    • 32分
    Special Episode: Generation Green New Deal

    Special Episode: Generation Green New Deal

    In this episode of Generation Green New Deal, Drilled host Amy Westervelt co-hosts with Sam Eilertsen to look at what happened to block climate action in the 90s and and 2000s, why various fossil fuel industry strategies worked at the time, and what makes the youth climate movement's approach different and more effective.

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    • 38分
    S5 Ep4 | The Secret Tribunal

    S5 Ep4 | The Secret Tribunal

    In September 2009, Chevron filed an international arbitration claim against the government of Ecuador over the Lago Agrio case. In the years since the company has pointed to the decisions of that arbitral panel as something akin to court decisions, but they're not—arbitral tribunals exist to help companies protect their profits, and are largely conducted in secret. This system has been quietly shaping environmental and climate policy for years. In this episode, expert Marcos Orellana walks us through this shadowy system, this case in particular, and what it all means for global climate action.

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    • 46分
    S5 Ep3 | The Trial

    S5 Ep3 | The Trial

    The trial gets underway in Ecuador, an election changes the calculus, and a global PR war kicks into high gear.
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    • 24分
    S5 Ep2 | The Colonizers

    S5 Ep2 | The Colonizers

    How did this case come about in the first place? We go back to the early days of oil colonialism in Ecuador, in the 1960s, the partnership between oil men and missionaries, and the impact on indigenous communities in the Amazon.
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    • 29分

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