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1 Sep 2010

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UNEP report re oil pollution in Niger Delta [Shell response, statements by Friends of the Earth, UNEP, others]

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In August 2010, the following article and statement were published about the UN Environment Programme's forthcoming report on oil pollution in the Niger Delta: - Outrage at UN decision to exonerate Shell for oil pollution in Niger delta... - Outrage at Shell-funded UN Report on Nigeria oil spills - Friends of the Earth, 24 Aug 2010 See also: UN to Exonerate Shell From Pollution in Niger Delta - Paul Ohia, This Day [Nigeria], 23 Aug 2010 UNEP issued [a] statement... Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Shell to respond. Shell provided the following statement... [Shell] also pointed to the following videos [by UNEP, CNN] as providing a "picture of the scale and impact of the illegal operations of some in Nigeria"...

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