“State of water emergency” decreed in all Argentine provinces in Paraná River basin

Paraná River, South America’s agricultural lifeline, reaches historic lows; worst far from over.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - As a result of the “impact and consequences that the most important historical drought the last 77 years is generating in the water account of the Paraná, Paraguay and Iguazú rivers,” President Alberto Fernández has declared a “State of Hydric Emergency” for 180 days.

Affected by the new regulation are the areas of the Paraná River Basin, as includes the provinces of Formosa, Chaco, Corrientes, Santa Fe, Entre . . .

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