“Na Quinta do Boi”: Regulating the Beef Value Chain
The 5th “Na Quinta do Boi” session of Imaflora’s Beef on Track programme held on July 29 was attended by guests to discuss the topic Regulating the Beef Value Chain: the criteria from the Brazilian and international demand side. Hosted by James Allen, Olab's CEO, it was attended by Elena Antoni from Trade Hub, attorney Rafael Rocha from the Public Prosecutor’s Office of Amazonas, Peter Herman May from CPDA/UFRRJ, attorney Ricardo Negrini from the Public Prosecutor’s Office of Pará, and Pedro Amaral from Mars.
INFO BRIEF Nº. 1 - CATTLE-RANCHING IN THE AMAZON: THE FINE LINE BETWEEN LEGAL AND ILLEGAL
The document recognizes that progress has been made, but the implementation of monitoring, auditing and transparency in the beef chain needs to be increased.
Document about the monitoring of the cattle supply chain in the Cerrado is available on the website
The publication shows advances made by Voluntary Monitoring Protocol for Cattle Suppliers in the Cerrado, the current scenario when it comes to overlapping of private areas into public area e what actions need to be taken to implement an effective sectorial agreement and to promote a responsible cattle ranching chain.
G1: Deforestation is far from zero
The IPCC report, which states that a rise of 1.5°C to 2°C in global temperatures will occur this century if there is no large reduction in greenhouse gas emissions, was the subject of the world press last week.