On July 23rd, Shell executives agreed to discuss the crisis in the Niger Delta and answer pre-submitted questions. This agreement to open a dialogue came after Amnesty UK requested that everyone following the cause send Shell messages via Twitter.
Wednesday, August 12, 2009
The transcript can be found in this document,
where Shell's vice president of communications, regional manager in Nigeria, and others spoke about their impact on the environment and people of Nigeria.
So read and make your own opinions as to Shell's responsibility for environmental and human rights abuses in the Niger Delta.
Posted by Stephanie Smith at 7:31 AM