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Climate warning

Many worried EACOP could spell disastrous social and environmental impacts

An oil pipeline megaproject is planned to carve through East Africa despite major concerns about how it will impact the climate, local communities, and biodiversity.  The East Africa Crude Oil Export Pipeline (EACOP) is a planned pipeline that’s set to run for 1,443 kilometers (896 miles) between oilfields on the shores of Lake Albert in Uganda to Tanzania’s Port of Tanga on the Indian Ocean. Once up and running, it will be the world’s longest heated oil pipeline.

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  • Kevin

    39 w

    A disaster looming here

    • Rukia Ahmed Abdi

      39 w

      this is a catastrophe in waiting

      • Wuraola Sogunro

        39 w

        f we want a future that is liveable and healthy for everyone, it has to be sustainable, it has to protect the people, it has to protect the planet

        • johnte ndeto

          39 w

          Such developments should be carefully assessed and managed to minimize their negative consequences.

          • Princess

            39 w

            These issues highlight the urgent need for thorough assessment and mitigation measures to avoid lasting damage..

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