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Un nuevo informe de la Agencia de Investigación Ambiental (EIA por sus siglas en inglés) revela cómo la carne que se vende en los supermercados colombianos está alimentando la deforestación ilegal en los bosques amazónicos protegidos y contribuyendo al financiamiento de grupos armados.

La investigación pionera rastrea la carne proveniente de áreas deforestadas ilegalmente hasta cadenas de supermercados como Grupo Éxito y Colsubsidio, donde se vende a los consumidores. A través de un innovador análisis de datos y una amplia investigación de campo, EIA descubrió un sistema marcado por la corrupción, la extorsión, el lavado de ganado y la tala ilegal de bosques en la Amazonía colombiana.

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