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5 August 2012

Insight: A year on, Nigeria's oil still poisons Ogoniland

Author: Tim Cocks, Reuters

A...sign above the well...says 'caution: not fit for use'... "…Don't get any in your mouth or you'll be sick," said Victoria Jiji…as she walked past the bore hole in...Ekpangbala...A landmark U.N. report on August 4 last year slammed multinational oil...

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9 May 2012

Nigerian National Petroleum Company (NNPC) did not respond to: Report alleges that carbon offset projects in Africa benefit corporations, not victims of pollution.

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18 April 2012

[PDF] The CDM in Africa Cannot Deliver the Money - Why the carbon trading gamble and ‘Clean Development Mechanism’ won’t save the planet from climate change, and how African civil society is resisting

Author: University of KwaZulu Natal Centre for Civil Society (So. Africa) & Dartmouth College Climate Justice Research Project (USA)

[Responses by Sasol, Green Resources, Salini Costruttori, ENI below. Business and Human Rights Resource Centre also invited ConocoPhillips, NNPC, Cimpor to respond; they did not. Shell declined to respond.]

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8 February 2012

Global Witness report highlights need for increased transparency to prevent Africa's natural resources from fuelling instability

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8 February 2012

[PDF] Rigged? The scramble for Africa's oil, gas and minerals

Author: Global Witness

The intensifying competition for commercial access to the world’s remaining deposits of oil, gas and minerals brings with it a serious risk of exacerbating corruption and violent conflict. Such corruption can prop up autocratic governments that keep...

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1 November 2011

Shell must pay $1 billion in first step to clean up Niger Delta says new report by Amnesty Intl. & Centre for Environment, Human Rights and Development

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1 November 2011

[PDF] The true tragedy: delays and failures in tackling oil spills in the Niger Delta

Author: Amnesty Intl. & Centre for Environment, Human Rights and Development (CEHRD)

This report is based on ongoing research – including a visit to Bodo in May 2011 – by Amnesty International and…CEHRD…The True “Tragedy” details the human cost of the oil spills in Bodo three years on. It outlines Nigeria’s obligations to address this...

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3 October 2011

[PDF] Counting the Cost: Corporations and human rights abuses in the Niger Delta [Nigeria]

Author: Ben Amunwa, Platform

This report examines the role of Shell in human rights abuses committed by Nigerian government forces and other armed groups between 2000 and 2010...The past decade in the Delta has brought brutal government crackdowns, the rise of armed groups and a...

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24 August 2011

Nigeria's oil-tainted Ogoni weary of blame game

Author: Austin Ekeinde, Reuters

[V]eteran Nigerian fisherman Suagelo Kpalap gives a shrug of resignation at the mention of the latest twist in an oil spill blame game he's watched for decades. A U.N. report...told Kpalap and the other inhabitants of Ogoniland...what they've known...

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19 August 2011
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Author: Pauline Rey-Brahimi, Novethic [France]

Un rapport du PNUE (Programme des Nations Unies pour l'Environnement) confirme une pollution massive du pays Ogoni liée à l'activité pétrolière et pointe notamment la responsabilité de Shell qui a exploité la zone jusqu'en 1993...Diligenté par le...

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