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How you can use the ‘Guide for Assessing Compliance with the Forest Code in commodity supply chains’ by Roberta delGiudice

Brazil has rules for the use of rural properties that have the potential to make Brazilian agricultural production sustainable, both regarding the conservation of natural vegetation and inputs for the production itself, such as water and soil quality. Although, these rules for the use of rural properties have been established since the 19th Century, and[…]

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Forest Code Observatory launches Practical Guide for Assessing Compliance with the Forest Code in commodity supply chains

Brasilia, March 20,  2017 – Today at The Second General Assembly of the Tropical Forest Alliance 2020, was launched by BVRio, Proforest and IPAM, within the Forest Code Observatory (OCF) umbrella, the Practical Guide for Assessing Compliance with the Forest Code in commodity supply chains. The markets for Brazilian forestry and agricultural commodities have a fundamental[…]

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Observatório do Código Florestal lança Guia Prático para ajudar produtores de commodities

Observatório do Código Florestal lança Guia Prático para a Análise do Atendimento ao Código Florestal nas cadeias de suprimento de commodities Brasilia, 20 março, 2017 – Hoje durante a Segunda Assembleia Geral da Tropical Forest Alliance 2020, foi lançado por BVRio, Proforest e IPAM, sob a égide do Observatório do Código Florestal (OCF), o Guia[…]