Crude Accountability

Crude Accountability is an environmental and human rights nonprofit organization that works with communities in the Caspian and Black Sea regions, who battle threats to local natural resources and the negative impacts on their health. Crude Accountability works on the local, national, regional, and international levels in partnership with active communities and organizations committed to a just and environmentally sustainable world. Based in Alexandria, Virginia, Crude Accountability also collaborates with environmental organizations in the United States working on similar issues.

Our Work

Crude Accountability annual letter: Find out what we’ve been up to and how you can help!

Dear friends and supporters,

In 2018, Crude...

Crude Accountability annual letter: Find out what we’ve been up to and how you can help!

Dear friends and supporters,

In 2018, Crude...

Tragedy of Berezovka Children Highlights Shameful Lending Practices of the IFC

An important development in the story of the...

Tragedy of Berezovka Children Highlights Shameful Lending Practices of the IFC

An important development in the story of the...

Civil Society Requests to Reevaluate The CMI Offshore Project in Turkmenistan

Crude Accountability leads an international...

Civil Society Requests to Reevaluate The CMI Offshore Project in Turkmenistan

Crude Accountability leads an international...

Dangerous Work: Increasing Pressure on Environmental NGOs and Activists in the Countries of the Former Soviet Union and the U.S.

Crude Accountability, together with Ecoforum...

Dangerous Work: Increasing Pressure on Environmental NGOs and Activists in the Countries of the Former Soviet Union and the U.S.

Crude Accountability, together with Ecoforum...

Our news

State Oil Fund of Azerbaijan: huge spending and overwhelming poverty

The economy of Azerbaijan is worsening due to poor management...

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EBRD cancels Turkmenistan hydrocarbon-related loan

Crude Accountability is pleased that the European Bank for...

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