Environmentalist Angela Mendes spoke with Brasil de Fato about alliance against Bolsonaro administration’s setbacks
Provisional decree could lead to escalation of land conflicts in the world’s biggest rain forest
The president of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro, signed on Tuesday, December 10 a provisional decree (MP) that aims to formalize the land titles of around 600,000 rural estates by 2022.
Our weekly show also reports on a cultural complex that was listed as an intangible cultural heritage of humanity
FIAN Brazil launches report exposing how authoritarianism has drastically eroded the right to food in the country.
“The Amazon is a territory of life, food, water, and cultures, not destruction, death, and exploitation”
Bolsonaro administration approved 239 substances; pace is so fast that farm lobby stopped pushing “Poison Bill”
In 200 days, the Jair Bolsonaro administration has approved more new pesticides in Brazil than the European Union did in eight years.
Since January 2019, Brazil has sanctioned 239 new agrochemicals, while the EU has approved 229 since 2011, the ex-president of the Brazilian Association for Agrarian Reform (ABRA), Gerson Teixeira, wrote.
Trial will be Thursday, July 11, after urgent request of the eviction accepted by Judge Walter Zwicker Esbaile Junior in 2018
The Court considered that the company claiming the land had already given up its possession at a conciliation meeting July 12, 2019.
The Minas Gerais Court of Justice (TJMG) decided on Thursday (July 11) to suspend the reintegration of the Quilombo Campo Grande encampment, located in the municipality of Campo do Meio, in the south of the state.
In the opening of seminar that debates agrarian and environmental issues, Stedile analyses global economic landscape
Protests in at least 126 cities show that organizations are not happy about changes that will hurt social rights