Indigenous participated in a public ceremony at the Ministry of Agriculture of Brazil to present the organic self-certification of the Xingu Indigenous Land Association (Atix) for food produced by them.
Brazil could meet all its food demand by 2040 without cutting down another tree
Better utilization of its vast areas of pasturelands could enable Brazil to dramatically boost agricultural production without the need to clear another hectare of Amazon rainforest, cerrado, or Atlantic forest, argues a new study published in the journal Global Environmental Change.
Amazonian biodiversity indicates that many species still unknown could be used in the food and gastronomy, but this potential is being lost by the continued process of forest destruction.
OEFA reveals the levels of pollution in Loreto
Results of monitoring confirm contamination in drinking water sources.
INPA features products and fruits of the Amazon with market potential
INPA spoke about the Institute’s research that generated food products with economic potential for the region.
Supermarkets will stop meat arising from deforested area
Agreement signed by the Brazilian Association of Supermarkets will trace the origin of the meat. Rule is do not buy beef from bad origins.