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Chevron Feels the Heat: Annual Shareholder Meeting Brings Huge Protests For Oil Giant’s Abuses Around the World | AlterNet

Yesterday, Chevron’s Annual General Meeting of shareholders kicked off at the San Ramon headquarters of the California-based oil giant. Chevron’s CEO John Watson, its Board of Directors and shareholders were greeted by over 150 activists, who had traveled to San Ramon from regions the world over, from Angola to Indonesia, from Alaska to Ecuador, to share the stories of the human and environmental degradation Chevron had unleashed in their communities.

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