Tags / Oil Spills
Esther and her friend Ebiere at the uncompleted building in Yenagoa of oil rich Bayelsa state, Nigeria.
35 year old Maria Johnson with her son sit by the door at an uncompleted building where they are living since they could not afford paying one.
The Ikarama community of the oil-rich state of Bayelsa, Nigeria struggles to survive with crude oil spills from Royal Dutch Shell, ruining their crops and natural spaces.
10 year old Emmanuel drags his two sacks in search for small rocks by the road side of Yenagoa, capital of oil rich, Bayelsa state, Nigeria to supports his family.
36 year-old, Freeborn Roland, a father of four children sits in his home near Royal Dutch Shell Facility in Ikarama community in the oil rich Bayelsa state, Nigeria.
A boy with firewood crosses the Eni/Agip pipeline in the oil rich Bayelsa state, Nigeria.
A woman with her four kids returning home to her farm in a wooden canoe in the waterway of oil rich Bayelsa state, Nigeria.
Traditional oil miners scoop crude out of a hillside sluice. The oil which has settled on the top of the water will be distilled into diesel when heated in an oil drum and then sold. Cepu, Indonesia. 24/01/2011