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Set against a backdrop of the scramble for African oil, Curse of the Black Gold is the first book to document the consequences of a half-century of oil exploration and production in one of the world's foremost centers of biodiversity. This book exposes the reality of the oil industry’s impact and the absence of sustainable development in its wake—providing a compelling pictorial history of one of the world's great deltaic areas.
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Trade Paperback. 224 pages.
W 7” H 12”
Founded in 1995 by Daniel Power, NYC’s powerHouse Books has become renowned and critically acclaimed for its diverse lineup—specializing in fine art, documentary, pop culture, fashion, and celebrity books. This trailblazer’s releases have sparked cultural trends and redefined commonly held perceptions of the purpose and role of art books in contemporary culture.