Nigeria: Oil-polluted Ogoniland could become environmental model

Guardian: Ogoniland is one of the most oil-polluted places on earth but it could become a model for other countries wanting to clean up their environments or avoid making the same mistakes, the UN has said. "This could be the world's biggest oil contamination clean-up," said Nick Nuttall, spokesman for the UN's environment programme (UNEP) director, Achim Steiner. "It is up to the government of Nigeria what happens now, but [from talks with President Goodluck Jonathan in Abuja this week] there appears to......

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