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Brazil to hire short-term environmental enforcers following Amazon fires

Reuters Saturday, 7 September 2019
Budget restrictions mean Brazil cannot hire more permanent environmental enforcement agents in the wake of surging Amazon fires but will contract local environmental police on a short-term basis, Environment Minister Ricardo Salles told Reuters on Friday.
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