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Oil spill threatens fishermen’s livelihoods a month later

Fisherman Luis Diaz and his relatives and neighbors in Aucallama, Peru, are increasingly suffering from their work due to the lack of fishing and a lack of tourists.

It’s been a month since an oil spill off the coast of Peru, about 30 kilometers north of Lima.

Environmental Act (UICN) continues on Feb. 16, 2022, to record the impact that extreme pollution levels an oil spill that occurred a month ago has had on wildlife when accelerated by ocean currents more than 140 kilometers north of the site.

The data collected from biologists will be used to assess the extent of the ecological damage the spill, described by the Peruvian government as an “ecological disaster” has caused to wildlife, the fishing industry and the tourism industry if the country decides. take legal action.

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