Brazilian farmer spray Agent Orange on forest to plant grass

At a critical moment for the planet, with the climate crisis caused by destructive human action attacking forests and oceans, a Brazilian farmer from the state of Mato Grosso criminally dumped a mixture of 25 pesticides, including the lethal Agent Orange used in the Vietnam War, into the Pantanal from an airplane. His goal was to clear the area to plant grass and raise cattle. The result was the destruction of an area equivalent to a city of 1.2 million inhabitants. In the Pantanal, experts confirmed contamination in samples of vegetation, soil, and water in the laboratory. The products are classified with Environmental Hazard Level III potential, meaning they are dangerous to the environment. Demand exemplary punishment from Brazilian authorities for him and his accomplices in the crime: the agronomist who prepared the poison and the airplane pilot.

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