The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has raised worries about abnormal amounts of contamination in Rio de Janeiro in the keep running up to the following summer Olympic Games in 2016.
The IOC’s Coordination Commission, drove by previous Moroccan Olympic competitor Nawal El Moutawakel, went by Rio to keep an eye on the city’s advancement in building venues, enhancing framework and verifying the Games will be ecologically practical.
Rio’s arrangements for the Games have been obstinate by noteworthy postponements and bureaucratic question among the three levels of government in the city.
Researchers and Olympic mariners, including British Olympic mariner Ian Barker, have whined about abnormal amounts of fecal contamination in Guanabara Bay — the Olympic cruising venue — with late pictures demonstrating the straight littered with flotsam and jetsam, decline and dead fish. A year ago Barker depicted the state of the Bay as “like a sewer”.
Dead fish glide on the edge of Guanabara Bay, an a piece of which is the Rio 2016 Olympic Games cruising venue. The dirtied narrows gets a greater part of the city’s crude sewage and authorities have as of late conceded their cleanup objectives won’t be met in time for the Olympic