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2009

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Dec 31, 2009

Fisherman concerned about the future of his children

by PhilLee — last modified Dec 31, 2009 12:00 AM
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The residents of fishing villages in Ghana talk about how commercial fishing and coastal erosion, caused by climate change, are having a disastrous effect on their livelihoods. Friends of the Earth Ghana is working with these communities to raise awareness of the issues and find solutions to their plight.

Woman fears looming water

by PhilLee — last modified Dec 31, 2009 12:00 AM
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The residents of fishing villages in Ghana talk about how commercial fishing and coastal erosion, caused by climate change, are having a disastrous effect on their livelihoods. Friends of the Earth Ghana is working with these communities to raise awareness of the issues and find solutions to their plight.

 

Member of the Adina Association of Fishermen

by PhilLee — last modified Dec 31, 2009 12:10 PM

The residents of fishing villages in Ghana talk about how commercial fishing and coastal erosion, caused by climate change, are having a disastrous effect on their livelihoods. Friends of the Earth Ghana is working with these communities to raise awareness of the issues and find solutions to their plight.

Member of the Adina Association of Fishermen 2

by PhilLee — last modified Dec 31, 2009 12:10 PM
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The residents of fishing villages in Ghana talk about how commercial fishing and coastal erosion, caused by climate change, are having a disastrous effect on their livelihoods. Friends of the Earth Ghana is working with these communities to raise awareness of the issues and find solutions to their plight.

Land owner on the coast of Adina

by PhilLee — last modified Dec 31, 2009 12:10 PM
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The residents of fishing villages in Ghana talk about how commercial fishing and coastal erosion, caused by climate change, are having a disastrous effect on their livelihoods. Friends of the Earth Ghana is working with these communities to raise awareness of the issues and find solutions to their plight.

Fisherman just back from fishing

by PhilLee — last modified Dec 31, 2009 12:00 AM
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The residents of fishing villages in Ghana talk about how commercial fishing and coastal erosion, caused by climate change, are having a disastrous effect on their livelihoods. Friends of the Earth Ghana is working with these communities to raise awareness of the issues and find solutions to their plight.

 

Dec 30, 2009

Fisherman against his boat

by PhilLee — last modified Dec 30, 2009 01:00 PM
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The residents of fishing villages in Ghana talk about how commercial fishing and coastal erosion, caused by climate change, are having a disastrous effect on their livelihoods. Friends of the Earth Ghana is working with these communities to raise awareness of the issues and find solutions to their plight.

 

Woman buying fish on the beach

by PhilLee — last modified Dec 30, 2009 02:10 PM
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The residents of fishing villages in Ghana talk about how commercial fishing and coastal erosion, caused by climate change, are having a disastrous effect on their livelihoods. Friends of the Earth Ghana is working with these communities to raise awareness of the issues and find solutions to their plight.

 

Dec 08, 2009

Liberia and Cameroon: Illegal logging

by Joukje Kolff — last modified Dec 08, 2009 04:15 PM

Communities in Liberia and Cameroon talk about how the global demand for timber is destroying their livelihoods.

Mar 30, 2009

Cameroon: Woman affected by oil pipeline

by Krista Stryker — last modified Mar 30, 2009 03:10 PM

Jeanne Noah talks about the loss of land and the destruction of medicinal trees and indigenous peoples' hunting grounds as a result of the Chad-Cameroon oil pipeline project run by Exxon Mobil, Chevron and Petronas.

Cameroon: Chief of Nkongzok upset by oil pipeline

by Krista Stryker — last modified Mar 30, 2009 03:10 PM

The Chief of Nkongzok talks about the destruction of fruit trees and the lack of compensation for damage caused by the Chad-Cameroon oil pipeline project. The pipeline is run by Exxon Mobil, Chevron and Petronas.

Cameroon: Chief of Mbikiliki unhappy with oil pipeline

by Krista Stryker — last modified Mar 30, 2009 03:10 PM

The Chief of Mbikikiki village talks about water pollution caused by the construction of the Chad-Cameroon oil pipeline. The pipeline is owned by Exxon Mobil, Chevron and Petronas.