Unhindered by Environmental Regulations, Bolsonaro Plans 73 Artificial Shipwrecks

The majority of the intended locations are environmental protection areas, with strict rules for biodiversity control.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Without any established environmental rules, Jair Bolsonaro's government plans to create 73 artificial shipwrecks in the main tourist spots along the Brazilian coast, in addition to releasing 47 additional sites for sport fishing.

The majority of the planned locations are environmental protection areas, with strict rules for biodiversity control. The Fernando de Noronha archipelago, on the coast of Pernambuco, is but one of the 15 locations.

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