The Rise of Brazil’s Globally Connected Amazon Soybean Agriculture

15 de julho de 2016

jul 15, 2016

Christopher Neill, Marcia N. Macedo

Tractor-trailer truckslin e up along a red and muddy earthen road. Large vinyl tarpaulins secured by ropes cover the open-topped hoppers of each one. Truck drivers hang out and prepare simple meals using stoves and kitchen utensils contained in a compact box built into the side of the truck cab. It’s early March, still the middle of a lush and highly predictable rainy season. Th e trucks wait for their turn and then enter a large modern compound with a football fi eld–sized building where they are loaded with recently harvested and dried soybeans and weighed.

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IPAM @ COP 15

IPAM @ COP 15

This report briefly describes the activities performed by the Amazon Environmental Research Institute (IPAM), during the 15th Conference of the Parties (COP) of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), occurred between the 7th and 19th of December 2009, in Copenhagen, Denmark.