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Shoot: Cattle Farming on Indigenous Land in the Amazon

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Greenpeace releases a comprehensive crime file on JBS, the world's largest beef and leather company, with new evidence linking its business practices to deforestation in the Amazon.
In 2009, the biggest Brazilian slaughterhouses, including JBS, committed to ensuring that deforestation practices were eliminated from their supply chains. Nearly three years later, little has been done by the industry.
Greenpeace is calling on JBS to fully implement the minimum criteria of the Cattle Agreement and immediately end all relationships with farms that have proven links to Amazon destruction, invasion of protected and indigenous lands, land disputes and slave labour.
Cattle Farm in the Amazon
11 May, 2010
Cattle Farm in the Amazon
Cattle Farm in the Amazon
11 May, 2010
Cattle Farm in the Amazon
Star of the West Village in the Amazon
11 May, 2010
Star of the West Village in the Amazon
Xavante Village in the Amazon
11 May, 2010
Xavante Village in the Amazon
Xavante Village in the Amazon
11 May, 2010
Xavante Village in the Amazon
Farms Signs on Indigenous Land
10 May, 2010
Farms Signs on Indigenous Land
Xavante Indigenous People
9 May, 2010
Xavante Indigenous People
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Xavante Indigenous Man
9 May, 2010
Xavante Indigenous Man
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Xavante Indigenous People
9 May, 2010
Xavante Indigenous People
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Fish Sold in the Amazon
9 May, 2010
Fish Sold in the Amazon
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Marãiwatsede Indigenous Land Sign
9 May, 2010
Marãiwatsede Indigenous Land Sign
Cattle Truck in the Amazon
8 May, 2010
Cattle Truck in the Amazon
Cattle in the Amazon
8 May, 2010
Cattle in the Amazon
Map of Deforestation in the Amazon
8 May, 2010
Map of Deforestation in the Amazon
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