A Major Oil Pipeline Project Strikes Deep at the Heart of Africa

YaleEnvironment360
In the line of fire? Giraffe in a Ugandan National
Park destined for major oil development.
Photo by DrexRockman.
Despite the global plunge in oil prices, a major pipeline that would carry oil 900 miles across East Africa is moving ahead. International experts warn that the $20 billion project will displace thousands of small farmers and put key wildlife habitat and coastal waters at risk.
Story here.

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PinP said…
Man's contempt for all other living things, knows no bounds.

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