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Shoot: Soybean Plantation in the Brazilian Cerrado

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The Cerrado is a vast ecosystem rich in carbon, biodiversity and culture, also known as Brazilian savanna.
Since early 2017, 47 areas have been embargoed by Ibama (Brazilian Institute of Environment and Renewable Natural Resources) for illegal deforestation in Amapá state, which amounts to at least 11.748 hectares. The problems in Amapá state are representatives of the problems faced throughout the Amazon during the agribusiness boom: deforestation, land grabbing and conflicts with local communities.

Desde o início de 2017, 47 áreas já foram embargadas pelo Ibama por desmatamento ilegal, somando pelo menos 11.748 hectares. Alardeado como nova fronteira agrícola do país, o Amapá reproduz problemas enfrentados em toda a Amazônia durante o “boom” do agronegócio: desmatamento, grilagem de terras e conflitos no campo.
Soybean Plantation in the Brazilian Cerrado, Amapá State
26 Jul, 2017
Soybean Plantation in the Brazilian Cerrado, Amapá State
Soybean Plantation in the Brazilian Cerrado, Amapá State
29 Jul, 2017
Soybean Plantation in the Brazilian Cerrado, Amapá State
Soybean Plantation in the Brazilian Cerrado, Amapá State
26 Jul, 2017
Soybean Plantation in the Brazilian Cerrado, Amapá State
Soybean Plantation in the Brazilian Cerrado, Amapá State
27 Jul, 2017
Soybean Plantation in the Brazilian Cerrado, Amapá State
Soybean Plantation in the Brazilian Cerrado, Amapá State
26 Jul, 2017
Soybean Plantation in the Brazilian Cerrado, Amapá State
Soybean Plantation in the Brazilian Cerrado, Amapá State
25 Jul, 2017
Soybean Plantation in the Brazilian Cerrado, Amapá State
Soybean Plantation in the Brazilian Cerrado, Amapá State
25 Jul, 2017
Soybean Plantation in the Brazilian Cerrado, Amapá State
Soybeans Ready for Export in Santana Port, Amapá State, Brazil
29 Jul, 2017
Soybeans Ready for Export in Santana Port, Amapá State, Brazil
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