UN report on the Ogoniland oil spills could be catalyst for change

Guardian: It's not often that 275 pages of bald facts and figures, measurements and dry data changes anything. But the UN environment programme (UNEP) report on Ogoniland published on Friday, has genuinely shocked people around the world and gives hope to impoverished communities on the delta that their struggle for human rights against pollution and poverty is at least being recognised. Ogonis and others say there was little new in the report, and it has been argued well by US oil-spill expert Richard......

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