Ebunoluwa O. Popoola is a law lecturer at Ameer Shehu Idris College of Advanced Studies (an affiliate of Ahmadu Bello University), Zaria, Nigeria. She holds a PhD in public law from Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Nigeria. Her research areas are environmental law and human rights, international human rights law, sanitation in rural and urban communities, and grassroots struggles centered on environmental injustices in Nigeria and South Africa. Popoola was a Next Generation Social Sciences in Africa fellow in 2012, and as part of her PhD research, she conducted fieldwork research among industrial-pollution impacted communities in Nigeria and South Africa. Her work has been published in Anthropology Southern Africa, Ahmadu Bello University Journal of Commercial Law, and the Journal of the Social Sciences (University of Maiduguri), among other venues. Popoola also works as an attorney in Zaria, Nigeria, and represents rural communities faced with land-grabbing and illegal evictions.

Cross-posts | November 22, 2017

Moving the Battlefields: Foreign Jurisdictions and Environmental Justice in Nigeria

This is a cross-post from Items, a Social Science Research Council digital forum that renews and reimagines the Council’s former newsletter as a space for engagement with our work and with the social sciences more generally. Ebunoluwa O. Popoola was a Next Generation Social Sciences in Africa fellow in 2012. After six decades of oil production […]

Oil spill at Goi Creek, Nigeria, August 2010
Oil spill at Goi Creek, Nigeria, August 2010