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Energy and the Environment, Not the Olympics, Are the Real Tests for Brazil

By Eve Bratman

July 14, 2016

Eve Bratman explains why the loss felt by Brazilians from the Rio Games will be greater than that experienced by any athlete.

Energy and the Environment, Not the Olympics, Are the Real Tests for Brazil

Eve Bratman explains why the loss felt by Brazilians from the Rio Games will be greater than that experienced by any athlete.


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