• Proposed Environmental Bill of Nigeria (2004)

    Proposed Environmental Bill of Nigeria (2004) ...

  • Oilwatching in South America

    The trip was a period of sober reflection on the whole question of the crude oil business. Everyone agrees that oil is a finite resource which will one day be exhausted. The fact that the entire process of exploration, extraction and transportation is harmful to the environment is well documente ...

  • Before the Earth Bleeds Again

    Going by government's expectations, excavators and bulldozers will soon tear open the bowels of Nigeria's bitumen belt ... Official estimates put the nation's bitument deposit at 42.74 billion metric tonnes, ranking as the world's second largest after that of Venezuela. Revenue accruable to the ...

  • A Wedge in the Wood

    It is the belief in some quarters that our legal challenges are not so much with legislation as with enforcement. While that may be true, there is overwhelming evidence that our laws need a radical reviewOur environmental laws have largely been crafted to ensure unfettered resource exploitation ...

  • Where Vultures Feast

    Royal Dutch Shell accounts for some 50 percent of oil production in Nigeria, the bulk of it in the Niger Delta. Slowly but relentlessly, such oil production activities as gas flaring, oil spillage, indiscriminate construction of canals and waste dumping have brought the human ecosystem of the ar ...

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