The sale of this NFT will go toward the exoneration of climate lawyer Steven Donziger, with carbon emissions offset by Aerial.
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Oct 12, 2021
The winner of this NFT also receives the iconic jacket Susan Sarandon wore in “A Bad Moms Christmas”
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In short, to support climate activism.
In 1993, up and coming NYC lawyer Steven Donziger was asked by an Environmentalist and Civil Rights group to represent 30,000 Ecuadorians in a case against Chevron. They claimed that since the 1970s, Chevron had been contaminating the area – filling lakes and streets with crude oil.
In 2011, Ecuador’s highest court found Chevron guilty and awarded the plaintiffs 9.5 billion dollars in damages.
Susan Sarandon in “A Bad Moms Christmas” (2017)
Chevron retaliated and ultimately won a lawsuit against Donziger, accusing him of bribery and tampering with scientific evidence in order to build his case against them. Read more
The future of tech is sustainable. That’s why cocoNFT has partnered with aerial to offset emissions from the creation and sale of this NFT.
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Because it’s quick and easy. If an Oscar-winning actress who recently had her third grandchild can find the time to mint her first NFT using cocoNFT, so can you!
It’s really cool. And you could own it while supporting climate activism and corporate responsibility.
You are buying a certified token of @susansarandon's Instagram post.
Specifically, a token of the image and the text description.
All of it lives in the Ethereum blockchain.
Fees paid to process and validate blockchain transactions. The amount you pay in gas fees depends on the complexity of the task. And, gas fees can fluctuate, just like the price of any good in any market.