#VirtualClaiming


Raise up your voice over the internet

90 corporations are reponsible of more than 60% of Grennhouse Gas Emissions from 1854 to 2010

Those corporations are involved in mining, natural gaz exploitation, coal and more globaly in fossil fuel. We know that we should stop those activities if we want to keep the climat cool.

They are the kind of industries which are super powerful. They make active lobby against environmental law and they have many supporters around the world. Let's speak directly to those persons and change their mind via the social media.


Abu Dhabi NOC, UAE

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Alpha Natural Resources, USA

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Anadarko, USA

Anglo American, UK

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Apache, USA

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Arch Coal, USA

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BG Group, UK

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BHP Billiton, Australia

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BP, UK

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British Coal Corp., UK

Canadian Natural Resources

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Cemex, Mexico

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China National Offshore Oil Co.

Coal India

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ConocoPhillips, USA

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Consol Energy, Inc., USA

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Cyprus Amax, USA

Devon Energy, USA

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Ecopetrol, Colombia

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Egyptian General Petroleum

EnCana, Canada

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ENI, Italy

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ExxonMobil, USA

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Gazprom, Russian Federation

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HeidelbergCement, Germany

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Hess, USA

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Holcim, Switzerland

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Husky Energy, Canada

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Iraq National Oil Company

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Italcimenti, Italy

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Kiewit Mining, USA

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Kuwait Petroleum Corp.

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Lafarge, France

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Libya National Oil Corp.

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Lukoil, Russian Federation

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Luminant, USA

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Marathon, USA

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Massey Energy, USA

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Murphy Oil, USA

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Murray Coal, USA

National Iranian Oil Company

Nexen,** Canada

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Nigerian National Petroleum

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North American Coal, USA

Occidental, USA

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Oil & Gas Corporation, India

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Peabody Energy, USA

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Pemex, Mexico

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Pertamina, Indonesia

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Petrobras, Brazil

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PetroChina, China

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Petroleos de Venezuela

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Petroleum Development Oman

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Petronas, Malaysia

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Polish Oil & Gas

Qatar Petroleum

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RAG, Germany

Repsol, Spain

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Rio Tinto, UK

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Rosneft, Russian Federation

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Royal Dutch Shell, The Netherlands

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RWE, Germany

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Sasol, South Africa

Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia

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Singareni Collieries, India

Sinopec, China

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Sonangol, Angola

Sonatrach, Algeria

Statoil, Norway

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Suncor, Canada

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Syrian Petroleum

Taiheiyo, Japan

Talisman, Canada

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Total, France

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UK Coal, UK

Westmoreland Mining, USA

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Xstrata, Switzerland

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Yukos, Russian Federation*