Can Brazil meet deforestation, climate goals and still grow its cattle industry?

Mongabay: Despite environmentalists' efforts to combat "rainforest beef" in the 1980s, pasture expansion for cattle is still the primary cause of deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon, says a new report produced by Brighter Green. While Brazil's investments in agribusiness have made it an agricultural powerhouse--the country is now the world’s third-largest exporter of farm commodities after the US and the European Union--unfortunately, two of the Brazil’s key products, cattle and soy, are still driving......

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