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  1. Corporations Undermined Public Transportation
    Resource Type: Article
    Published: 2015
    Over the past eighteen months two of the world's largest automakers have been found responsible for deadly conspiracies. But, recent revelations can’t compete with the industry's previous scandals.
  2. How Corporations and Law Enforcement Are Spying on Environmentalists
    Resource Type: Article
    Published: 2015
    In August 2010, the Federal Bureau of Investigation's Domestic Terrorism Analysis Unit distributed an intelligence bulletin to all field offices warning that environmental extremism would likely become an increasing threat to the energy industry. The eight-page document argued that, even though the industry had encountered only low-level vandalism and trespassing, recent "criminal incidents" suggested that environmental extremism was on the rise.
  3. Lancashire County Council under pressure from fracking lobbyists
    Resource Type: Article
    Published: 2015
    Lancashire County Council is coming under intense pressure from fracking lobbyists to approve two controversial shale gas sites in the county, a week after its own planning officers recommended refusal.
  4. OceanaGold vs El Salvador: Foreshadowing 'Trade' Under the TPP?
    Resource Type: Article
    Published: 2015
    The Central American country of El Salvador could be forced to pay US$301 million to Canadian-Australian mining multinational OceanaGold as the two face off in a World Bank investor-state tribunal with proven tendency to favor corporate interests over arguments for protecting national sovereignty, the environment, and human rights.
  5. Salvadorans Warn Canadians about World Bank's Kangaroo Court
    Resource Type: Article
    Published: 2015
    In anticipation of an imminent ruling from the World Bank's little known investor-state arbitration tribunal that could force El Salvador to pay Canadian mining firm OceanaGold US$301 million, a Salvadoran delegation is in Canada to discuss how this arbitration process threatens democratic decision making, public health and the environment here and beyond.
  6. VW, GM and Takata: the Case for Jailing Corporate Executives
    Resource Type: Article
    Published: 2016
    Making the case that executives at VW, Takata and General Motors should be jailed for corporate crime. The crimes committed by the corporations they head are extremely serious, and have caused and will cause hundreds of deaths. Why are the perpetrators allowed to get off simply by writing a cheque to cover the fine, instead of going to jail the way other criminals do?

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