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Dangerous toxic cycle & its victims (episode 3) | Greenpeace Germany

Dangerous toxic cycle & its victims (episode 3)

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Spraying toxic chemicals on fields without protective equipment? Have pesticides that are extremely harmful to your health blown into your own garden? That doesn't sound so great, does it?
However, this is the reality of many people in Brazil.

Environmental activist Zé Maria do Tomé is collecting evidence that people are being poisoned and even dying as a result of the use of pesticides on orchards in the region. Then he is shot. Is there a connection? We do not know it. But it is clear:

Large corporations from the EU in particular benefit from the pesticide trade. And this at the expense of the health of the local people.
This trade is a clear crime against people and nature.

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