Beyond Chevron: Our Vision for Richmond

Communities for a Better Environment

Chevron in Richmond: Community-Based Strategies for Climate Justice

Ellen Choy and Ana Orozco, Race, Poverty & the Environment, Fall 2009

Environmentalists to Battle Chevron Refinery Project

Jean Tepperman, East Bay Express, July 2, 2014

Chevron Management Failures Led to Massive August 2012 Explosion in Richmond

Jean Tepperman, East Bay Express, January 29, 2015

Refinery Town: Big Oil, Big Money, and the Remarking of an American City

Steve Early, Beacon Press, 2017

California: Broad Coalition of Environmental Justice, Climate Groups Oppose Cap and Trade Bill

RL Miller, Climate Hawks Vote, July 13, 2017

California’s Chevron-written cap-and-trade bill passes

Dan Bacher, Red, Green & Blue, July 18, 2017

Toxic Relationship
How refineries affect climate change and racial and economic injustice

Jean Tepperman, East Bay Express, July 22, 2020

Richmond v Chevron: the California city taking on its most powerful polluter

Susie Cagle, The Guardian, October 9, 2019

How Google is aiding in Chevron’s negative campaign against an environmental lawyer

Olga Lexell, Daily Dot, March 22, 2021

The True Story of Chevron’s Ecuador Disaster

Amazon Watch, 2000-2001

Anti-Chevron Day 2021 Richmond

Video featuring Amazon Watch, May 21, 2021

The Fisherwomen, Chevron and the Leaking Pipe:
Big Oil has a filthy legacy in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria

Ruth Maclean, The New York Times, July 25, 2021

Chevron’s Global Destruction: Ecocide, Genocide, and Corruption

Nan M Greer, October 13, 2021

Anti-Chevron Day 2022 in Support of the United Steel Workers

Maya Media, May 21, 2022

Chevron owns this city’s news site. Many stories aren’t told

Miranda Green, David Folkenflik, NPR, March 28, 2024

Comment by a local activist on NPR’s reporting:

NPR’s article puts down the local news as “word of mouth”, overlooking Richmond Confidential, the online news reports by UC Berkeley Graduate Journalism students. The East Bay Times also covers Alameda and Contra Costa counties and has a special edition for West Contra Costa County

Carbon Majors Database: Launch Report

Carbon Majors (InfluenceMap), April 2024

The Carbon Majors database traces 1,421 GtCO2e of cumulative historical emissions from 1854 through 2022 to 122 industrial producers, the CO2 portion of which is equivalent to 72% of global fossil fuel and cement CO2 emissions since 1751. Over 70% of these global CO2 emissions historically can be attributed to just 78 corporate and state producing entities. According to Carbon Major’s research, Chevron ranks #4 among all historical emissions producers and #1 among investor-owned companies.