Peru Declares Water Quality Emergency in Amazon Districts Following Oil Spills

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LIMA, Peru

The Peruvian government on February 17th declared a 90-day water quality emergency in several districts in the country’s Amazon and Loreto regions, where two oil spills from the Northern Peruvian Pipeline have occurred in recent weeks.