For several months, crude oil has been appearing along 3,000km of Brazil’s coastline, and yet its origins remain uncertain. Alongside the limited clean-up efforts, months of confusion about the cause of the spill have spurred criticism of the Brazilian government’s response. This said, the Brazilian Navy has since deployed 8,500 personnel, 30 ships and 17 aircraft in the clean-up operation. Whatever the true cause of the spill, the impact on the environment continues to be felt.
Source: I News
Categories: Public policy