Since the late 90s, the Niger Delta of the Federal Republic of Nigeria
has been faced with many ecological threats. These include cholera
outbreak, Lassa fever, oil spillage, black soot and flooding, among others.
However, this essay focuses on black soot, oil spillage and flooding in
three communities in Rivers State, one of the six states in the Niger Delta.
These communities are most affected among the state's total of over one
hundred. Their names are Aluu, Rumuolumeni, and K-Dere communities.
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Aka, Pst. Samuel. "Local Responses to Global Ecological and Environmental Challenges" Afribary.com (2019). Accessed July 17, 2019. https://afribary.com/works/local-responses-to-global-ecological-and-environmental-challenges