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

Azerbaijan

 

In 2016, Crude Accountability began...

Azerbaijan

 

In 2016, Crude Accountability began...

Government claims that children received medical care. Parents disagree

It has become known that in March, the...

Government claims that children received medical care. Parents disagree

It has become known that in March, the...

Kashagan Oil Bubble: Project Failures and Consequences

In April 2017, Crude Accountability presented...

Kashagan Oil Bubble: Project Failures and Consequences

In April 2017, Crude Accountability presented...

Statement of the Turkmenistan Civic Solidarity Group Regarding the Presidential Elections in Turkmenistan

On February 12, 2017, the scheduled...

Statement of the Turkmenistan Civic Solidarity Group Regarding the Presidential Elections in Turkmenistan

On February 12, 2017, the scheduled...

Our news

Statement at the Pre-Session of Azerbaijan UPR

Dear Country representatives and members of civil society,

I am honored to present the...

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UN Human Rights Council Adopts Historic Resolution on Human Rights and the Environment

A statement by Crude Accountability and EcoForum of NGOs, Kazakhstan

The...

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Lukpan Akhmedyarov: Trust Is Key Achievement in Berezovka

In March 2018, Lukpan Akhmedyarov, journalist and activist from Kazakhstan, visited...

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