Guess what: If you want to reduce the pollution from oil (and coal, for that matter), you are going to have to do more than sue Chevron or blockade their gates. You need to minimize your driving and flying and electricity consumption. Even after the environmentalist and pro-indigenous side basically won everything they asked for, you still have this:
Chevron said it did not intend to pay a dime. “We intend to resist enforcement anywhere where the plaintiffs seek to take what we perceive to be a fraudulent judgment,” said Kent Robertson, a Chevron spokesman.