Cry Me a River: By Lu Marini

Paratinga paramotoring“Governador Valadares’ Rio Doce, which translates as ‘sweet river’ has been poisoned with toxic waste after a mine collapse last year.

But nearly all Brazil’s rivers are suffering from pollution, deforestation and drought. I want to fly them all, highlighting the damage.” TV journalist Lu Marini describes the lesser-known parts of Brazil his new documentary has taken him through.

To read ‘Cry Me a River’, check out issue 168

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