This year's tournament just brought a world of pain to Brazilian soccer fans - But can its environmental and social legacy deliver a victory?
Brazil suffered possibly the most devastating World Cup defeat on Tuesday since 1950, as Germany pummeled the home team 7-1. As for the sustainability legacy of Brazil's World Cup, however, the jury is...
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