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Indigenous Peoples and Toxic Effects of the Oil Industry

Oil and Indigenous People Sue Supriano

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Indigenous Peoples and Toxic Effects of the Oil Industry

    Clayton Thomas-Müller - The Indigenous Environmental Network: Protecting communities against oil industry pollution

    Clayton Thomas-Müller - The Indigenous Environmental Network: Protecting communities against oil industry pollution

    Clayton Thomas-Müller of the Mathais Colomb Cree Nation in Northern Manitoba, Canada, is the indigenous oil campaign organizer for the Indigenous Environmental Network. He works across Alaska, Canada and the lower 48 States of the US with grassroots indigenous
    communities to defend their human and environmental rights against transnational oil corporations. Clayton has been recognized by Utne magazine as one of the top 30 under 30 young visionary activists in the U.S.. Sue Supriano interviewed him at Bioneers where he was a presenter.

    • 26 min
    Evon Peter - Indigenous peoples of Alaska: Our Relationship to the Earth Must Incorporate Respect, Unity and Balance

    Evon Peter - Indigenous peoples of Alaska: Our Relationship to the Earth Must Incorporate Respect, Unity and Balance

    Evon Peter is the Chief of the Neetsaii Gwich'in people in Alaska. He is an amazing young man who, though he grew up carrying water to his one room house which was remote and without energy from gas or oil (no electricity, etc), now travels the world speaking about
    his people and all indigenous people and the welfare of all living things. He especially makes a plea for us in the United States to stop the US and the oil companies from drilling in the Arctic Wildlife Region. This bill is in the US Congress as we write right now. Evon Peter from his website www.nativemovement.org

    • 27 min
    Amazon Watch - Getting Chevron Texaco to Clean Up Toxic Waste in Ecuador

    Amazon Watch - Getting Chevron Texaco to Clean Up Toxic Waste in Ecuador

    A delegation of people from Amazon Watch are trying to meet with the CEO of Chevron Texaco, David O’Reilly, to, yet again, get the company to clean up the toxic waste they left behind.

    • 29 min

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