New Video Urges Ecuador to Keep Its Promise

By February 26, 2016General, Shopfloor Main

Readers of Shopfloor will be familiar with the story of the “legal fraud of the century.” In this real-life legal drama, activists, the government of Ecuador and corrupt lawyers colluded to bring a lawsuit against Chevron that is extortionate and fraud-ridden. They have spent years using misleading claims and images to try to force the company to pay billions of dollars in environmental damages for which it is not responsible.

Chevron has released a powerful new video showing that it’s the Ecuadorean government that bears true responsibility for environmental and social conditions in the Amazon. Chevron is calling on Ecuador to keep its promise and clean up the Amazon, rather than trying to blame others.


Erin Streeter

Erin Streeter

Senior Vice President at National Association of Manufacturers
Erin Streeter serves as senior vice president of communications and brand strategy at the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) the nation’s largest industrial trade association and the leading voice for the manufacturing sector in the United States.In this role, Ms. Streeter is the association’s chief communications officer and reports to the president and CEO. As a member of the senior leadership team, she oversees the communications department, which encompasses media relations, public relations, executive communications, digital communications, social media and creative services.
Erin Streeter

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