Gulf of Mexico Now Largest Dead Zone in the World, and Factory Farming Is to Blame

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  • Nitrogen fertilizers and sewage sludge runoff from factory farms are responsible for creating a dead zone in the Gulf of Mexico spanning more than 8,700 square miles — the largest recorded dead zone in the world

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