Últimas notícias agriculture

A ministra da Agricultura, Tereza Cristina, durante a cerimônia de abertura da participação do Brasil na, 26ª Conferência das Nações Unidas sobre Mudanças Climáticas (COP26),na sede da Confederação Nacional da Indústria (CNI), em Brasília

Agriculture part of the answer to climate change: Minister

According to the minister Tereza Cristina, Brazil’s goal until 2030 is to disseminate low-carbon technology to over 72 million hectares of farmland with no need to convert new areas to productive activity. This brings the estimated slash in emissions to over 1 billion tons of carbon dioxide equivalent.

Colheita de milho, colheita de grãos

Study: Brazil to be world’s top grain exporter in five years

Brazil’s share in the global food market leapt from $20.6 billion to $100 billion in just ten years. Among the items standing out were meat, soybeans, corn, cotton, and forest products.

Feira agropecuária AgroBrasília – Feira Internacional dos Cerrados, no Parque Tecnológico Ivaldo Cenci, no km 5 da BR-251, no Paranoá, Distrito Federal (Valter Campanato/Agência Brasil)

Brazil’s 2020 agricultural output reached $165.5 bi

The key variables behind the result are linked to the prices of goods in the domestic market, favorable exports for grains and meats, and the production of the 2020 harvest.

A ministra da Agricultura, Pecuária e Abastecimento, Tereza Cristina, participa do programa A Voz do Brasil

Minister: Mercosur–EU deal not a threat to environment

Even though the production of grains went up 425% since the 70s, Tereza Cristina went on to point out, the planted area increased no more than 43 percent—just 30 percent of its territory for agriculture, maintaining over 60 percent of its native vegetation.

Incendios florestais entre Miranda e Corumbá BR 262 e MS 184

Brazil lost 7.6 percent of its forests from 2000 to 2018

Brazil’s government statistics agency IBGE today (Mar. 26) published a study showing that the country lost 7.6 percent of its forest vegetation from 2000 to 2018.