Posts Tagged with "Wall Street Journal"

The Fate of Orangutans Is in Cargill’s Hands

Thursday, November 29, 2012

2 Comments

The Fate of Orangutans Is in Cargill’s Hands

Would you expect to get shot over 100 times in your own neighborhood? Probably not, but that’s what recently happened to a female orangutan when an agribusiness giant decided to set up shop by her house. Aan, a 15 year old orangutan, was shot by a plantation worker after wandering into a palm plantation, a [...]

Continue reading...

Illegal Fires in Sumatra Escalate, Creating Regional Air Pollution Crisis

Monday, July 2, 2012

1 Comment

Illegal Fires in Sumatra Escalate, Creating Regional Air Pollution Crisis

Tragically, we just received a breaking report from our allies at the End of the Icons Coalition that at least 20 major fires and dozens of smaller ones are again sweeping through the Tripa rainforest in Sumatra, one of the world’s most ecologically important forests. Despite overwhelming international pressure to restore Tripa, which led to [...]

Continue reading...

Chevron CEO John Watson Must Have Some Tasty Shoes

Monday, June 27, 2011

5 Comments

Chevron CEO John Watson Must Have Some Tasty Shoes

I’m sure a guy who makes $14 million a year can afford some pretty fancy and stylish shoes. But who would have thought they’d actually taste good, too? And yet they must, because Chevron CEO John Watson sure spends a lot of time with his foot in his mouth. First there was Watson’s incredibly out [...]

Continue reading...

Chevron CEO John Watson Interview With WSJ Removes All Doubt That He’s An Out Of Touch Hack

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

10 Comments

Chevron CEO John Watson Interview With WSJ Removes All Doubt That He’s An Out Of Touch Hack

Just in time for the anniversary of BP’s disastrous oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, Chevron CEO John Watson did an interview with the Wall Street Journal to prove just how out of touch he is with reality. He blamed the spill on the “cultural aspects and behavioral aspects” of the folks working on [...]

Continue reading...