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GREED AND GRIEVANCE: THE CHANGING CONTOURS OF

@inproceedings{Tonwe2016GREEDAG,
  title={GREED AND GRIEVANCE: THE CHANGING CONTOURS OF},
  author={A. Tonwe and G. Ojo and Iro Aghedo},
  year={2016}
}
The protracted conflict in the Niger Delta communities is currently being diagnosed with a view to understanding the nature of the resource struggle. From the 1980s, the region's cry of marginalization and exclusion from oil revenue allocation was couched in a wave of environmentalism. Environmental activism had assumed the shape of peaceful community protests against the transnational oil companies and largely directed at ecological remediation and environmental justice. Environmentalism has… Expand
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