Amazon crude comes home

January 1994
Environmental Action;Winter94, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p7
Reports on the class-action lawsuit filed by the peoples of Quichua, Secoya and Cofan tribes against Texaco. Failure of Texaco to adhere to standards for cleanup of toxic waste from drilling; Widespread contamination throughout the Ecuadoran Amazon; Josep Kohn as the Philadelphia attorney representing the indigenous peoples; Environmental damage caused by Texaco.


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