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.
The farmer 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.
The chief talks about water pollution caused by the construction of the Chad-Cameroon oil pipeline. The pipeline is owned by Exxon Mobil, Chevron and Petronas.
Meet Tina and Ifie from Bayelsa. They have been busy collecting testimonies about the devastating effects of the oil business on their community.
Ghana is currently going through energy crisis with estimates that it could cost the country’s economy millions of dollars. The 2006-2007 crisis has taken most Ghanaians by surprise. It should not. We have been here before, in 1983, 1994 and 1997-98 with increasing severity. The troubling rationing system, the slowdown in industrial activity, and the job and income losses have all been faced by the people of Ghana before. What is really surprising and troubling in each of these episodes is the gap between the magnitude of the crisis and the smallness of the politics we have.
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