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Decoupling Soy and Beef from Illegal Amazon Deforestation: Brazilian Private Sector Initiatives

Environmental issues have become central to agribusiness in Brazil and its insertion in the global scenario. With the eyes of the world on Brazilian biomes, especially the Amazon, Brazilian agribusiness has been adopting internationally recognized parameters to guarantee the competitiveness of its products and the country's good reputation in foreign markets.

The document addresses the challenges related to sustainability in the Amazon and its implications for Brazilian Agribusiness. It is the result of a partnership between CEBRI and Insper's Global Agribusiness Center.

Environmental issues have become central to agribusiness in Brazil and its insertion in the global scenario. With the eyes of the world on Brazilian biomes, especially the Amazon, Brazilian agribusiness has been adopting internationally recognized parameters to guarantee the competitiveness of its products and the country's good reputation in foreign markets.

The document addresses the challenges related to sustainability in the Amazon and its implications for Brazilian Agribusiness. It is the result of a partnership between CEBRI and Insper's Global Agribusiness Center.

Participants in this publication

Marcos Jank
International Advisory Board

Senior Professor of Agribusiness at INSPER

Camila Dias de Sá
Research fellow at the Global Agribusiness Center at Insper, Sao Paulo.

Leandro Gilio
Research fellow at the Global Agribusiness Center at Insper, Sao Paulo

Niels Soendergaard
Research fellow at the Global Agribusiness Center at Insper, São Paulo

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