Introducing: Drilled on ExxonMobil's oil colonialism in Guyana

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This week we're sharing an episode of Drilled, a true-crime climate podcast we love that describes itself as Law & Order meets the climate crisis. This is episode one from their new season that follows the story of a Guyanese reporter as she tries to find out what kind of deal was struck between ExxonMobil and the Guyanese government after they discovered oil reserves off the country's coast.
1 Jun 2023 English Germany Society & Culture · Health & Fitness

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