Rubbish in Brazil: Legislative landfill - The Economist

Rubbish in Brazil: Legislative landfill

Rubbish in Brazil: Legislative landfill - The Economist
Rubbish in Brazil: Legislative landfill
Published Aug 15, 2015
495 words — Published Aug 15, 2015
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Why so many laws end up in the bin BRAZILIANS are fastidious folk. They take more showers than anyone else. Their neighbourhoods are spotless. Even the narrow streets of favelas (shantytowns) are litter-free. But much of the rubbish...

  
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