TFA 2020: Zero Deforestation and Cattle Sector in Brazil

This webinar was hosted by the Tropical Forest Alliance (TFA) 2020 Latin America Working Group on May 26, 2017 to discuss the cattle sector in Brazil and solutions toward zero deforestation. The webinar featured three opening speakers: Simon Hall from National Wildlife Federation, Isabella Vitali from Proforest, and Pedro Burnier from Amigos da Terra. Additionally, Leila Harfuch from Agroicone spoke about cattle sourcing in Mato Grosso state, Christopher Finney from The Nature Conservancy shared the experience of São Felix do Xingu at Para state, Laurent Micol from PECSA discussed the experience of PECSA/Novo Campo, and Aline Locks from Aliança da Terra spoke about their system for monitoring cattle producers. 

Strategic Objective
Reducing Emissions from Deforestation & Forest Degradation (REDD+), Forestry, Mitigation, Monitoring and Evaluation, Private Sector Engagement, Sustainable Landscapes
Latin America & Caribbean

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