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Resource ID: #13306
Subject: Environment
Source: World Watch


The legacy of Ken Saro-Wiwa, the Ogoni leader who died in defense of his people's land on the Niger delta last November, has been a heightened vigilance among enviornmental activists everywhere. Saro-Wiwa's demands of the Nigerian regime and of Royal/Dutch Shell, the multinational corporation responsible for oil development in Ogoniland led to his execution by Nigeria's military rulers. World Watch examines Saro-Wiwa efforts as well as a subsequent campaign to blacken the activists name. (May/June 1996)

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