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Riding the dragon : Royal Dutch Shell & the fossil fire
by Jack Doyle
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Royal Dutch Shell is a giant oil company with annual gross sales exceeding $175 billion, it is typically ranked as the number one or two oil company in the world. Behind the incredible prosperity Shell has created over 100 years lies volatility, danger and pollution. Whether chemical worker or indigenous people, refinery community or tropical forest, a terrible price is being paid. From the 1988 oil refinery blast in Baton Rouge, Louisiana to the Killing of Ken Saro-Wiwa in Nigeria, from the coveted gas fields in China to polluting rigs at sea, author Jack Doyle reveals the 100 years warning this company has given to the environment.
The first book in the Environmental Health Fund Series
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