In 2013, Chevron tried to gain access to the email accounts of over a hundred activists who had criticized them for mass contamination and rights abuses in the Amazon. ERI's legal team stood up to their intimidation tactics, and successfully defended privacy rights.
In Bolivia, we are working to halt construction on a mega-highway that threatens indigenous and un-contacted peoples. In Cajamarca, Peru, we are using legal actions to uncover the truth about violence that met protesters at the site of the controversial Conga mine.
In South East Asia, our students, legal networks, and alumni are working to stop some of the most dangerous development projects in the region, including 11 major dams on the Mekong River that will threaten the food security of over 60 million people.
There is so much more, so please check out our report and see what else we've been up to.
The work that we do would not be possible without the support of committed people like yourself, so thank you for being a part of the movement and standing with us in defense of earth rights everywhere.
In Solidarity,EARTHRIGHTS INTERNATIONAL
The power of law and the power of people
in defense of human rights and the environment.