A Matter of Life and Health: Villagers in Kazakhstan Fight Big Oil

Life was peaceful in rural Kazakhstan until a consortium of foreign oil companies came in and established a huge toxic oil and gas operation near several villages. Now residents near the plant are living with migraines, dizziness, hair loss, anemia and severe skin rashes. Learn how two local mothers, Svetlana Anosova and Rosa Khusainova, have sparked a campaign for relocation in A Matter of Life and Health: Villagers in Kazakhstan Fight Big Oil.

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