Where Vultures Feast

Where Vultures Feast

Shell, Human Rights, and Oil in the Niger Delta

Book - 2001
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Since Royal Dutch Shell first struck oil in the Niger Delta in 1956, the environment and economy of the country have been in steady decline. The authors, a Nigerian journalist and lawyer, document the Nigerian people's struggle against the exploitation and destruction of their land and culture by Royal Dutch Shell and a series of corrupt Nigerian governments. Okonto was part of the editorial team that founded Tempo, an underground newspaper in Nigeria. He is presently at St. Peter's College, England. Douglas is Nigeria's leading environmental human rights lawyer. He is deputy director of Environmental Rights Action/Friends of the Earth in Nigeria. Annotation copyrighted by Book News Inc., Portland, OR
Publisher: San Francisco : Sierra Club Books, c2001.
Edition: 1st ed. --
ISBN: 9781578050468
Branch Call Number: 338/.7622/3382/09669/Oko 6173mb 1
Characteristics: xii, 267 p.
Additional Contributors: Douglas, Oronto


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