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Chevron's outdated and dangerous oil drilling stations in the Ecuadorian rainforest have caused what may be the most devastating environmental catastrophe in history. Thousands of Ecuadorians' lives and countless plants and animals have been destroyed due to Chevron's shameless greed.
Chevron refuses to take responsibility for its actions. Sign the petition below telling John Watson, Chevron's CEO, to clean up the mess his company has left in this once pristine environment.
Dear Mr. Watson,
Your company is singlehandedly responsible for thousands of deaths, sicknesses, and an overall poor quality of life in the Amazon rainforest. With over 18 billion gallons of toxic oil waste dumped into Ecuador's waterways under your authority, vital plant and animal life has been decimated- and what's left is still in grave danger.
Worse, the people of Oriente have been afflicted by frightening and often deadly illnesses directly caused by the toxic contamination of the natural resources they rely on. Those toxins came from the outdated and unethical drill sites that your company is responsible for and reaped the benefits from.
Your blatant disregard for the Ecuadorian people and the habitat they live in is appalling. Please show us your compassion and regard for the future of these people by repairing the damage Chevron has inflicted upon their home. You can take a step toward a brighter tomorrow for the earth by cleaning up the remains of the spill, compensating those who have been affected, and adopting environmentally sustainable business practices to ensure a disaster like this will never happen again.
Thank you for your time.