East African Gas Boom - A Ticking Environmental Bomb?
While the region is about to experience economic wins, oil and natural gas exploration must only continue if scientifically tight and if environmental and social factors are included, writes Thembi Mutch for African Arguments.
Damage to the environment could also threaten human livelihoods, the eco-system and bio-diversity.
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