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Brazil’s winning on the soccer field — and in battling climate change
Public Radio International
At this year’s World Cup Soccer tournament, Brazil introduced a new noisemaker for the home crowds — the caxirola, an environmentally friendly shaker that evoked Brazil’s Afro-Caribbean roots.


Public Radio International

Brazil's winning on the soccer field — and in battling climate change
Public Radio International
At this year's World Cup Soccer tournament, Brazil introduced a new noisemaker for the home crowds — the caxirola, an environmentally friendly shaker that evoked Brazil's Afro-Caribbean roots.

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