International guest at Quinta do Boi
“Na Quinta do Boi” of Imaflora's Beef on track programme will be streamed live on July 29 at 10 AM and will receive guests to address the topic Regulating the Beef Value Chain: the criteria from the Brazilian and international demand side.
The issue features Elena Antoni of Trade Hub, an organisation that promotes a sustainable trading system that improves biodiversity results and social development prospects in producing countries, with a focus on agricultural commodity flow.
The meeting will be hosted by James Allen, CEO of Olab. The guests are Rafael Rocha, public prosecutor of the Public Prosecutor’s Office of Amazonas, Peter Herman May of the Graduate Programme in Development, Agriculture and Society of the Federal Rural University of Rio - Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro (CPDA/UFRRJ), Ricardo Negrini, Public Prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of Pará state; and Pedro Amaral, Senior Sustainability Manager of Mars. The live session will be open to questions from the audience at this link. “Na Quinta do Boi” can be accessed on Youtube and Zoom.
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