Marfrig Alimentos

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29 April 2019
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Author: Nícollas Witzel, Revista Época (Brazil)

“Entidade nacional divulga lista de 56 supostos infratores que inclui grandes empresas do agronegócio brasileiro”, 29 de abril de 2019...

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15 April 2019
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Author: Giovanni Ortolani, Mongabay Jornalismo Ambiental Independente (Brazil)

“A fome do Brasil por carne de engorda baseada em soja está causando o desmatamento do Cerrado: relatório”, 19 de março de 2019...

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Report
15 March 2019

Brazil: Repórter Brasil's report "Cattle Route: Modern Slavery and the British Market"is launched; it includes comments from JBS, Marfrig and Minerva

Author: Repórter Brasil (Brazil)

“Cattle Route: Modern Slavery and the British Market”, March 2019...

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13 March 2019
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  [Para ler essa história em inglês, clique aqui]   A Universidade de Nottingham, o Centro de Estudos e Pesquisas BRICS da Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro, o Centro de Informação sobre Empresas e Direitos Humanos, a Repórter Brasil ...

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13 March 2019

Brazil-UK: Forced labour, due diligence & beef and timber supply chains research results, includes outreach to companies

[To read this story in Portuguese, click here] The University of Nottingham, BRICS Policy Centre, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre, Reporter Brasil and Core Coalition, with the support of the British Academy, have conducted a research on th...

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18 April 2013
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Author: Stefano Wrobleski, Repórter Brasil (Brazil)

“MPF decide processar frigoríficos que se beneficiam de escravidão e desmatamento-Autoridades tentaram negociar ajustamento de conduta antes de decidir acionar 26 empresas na Justiça. No total, indenização por danos ambientais pode chegar a mais de R...

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29 September 2009

JBS commits to Amazon deforestation moratorium [Brazil]

Author: Meatinfo UK, Online Meat Trades Journal

Brazilian beef giant JBS has agreed to stop sourcing cattle from farms responsible for deforestation of the Amazon rainforest…JBS has finally followed rivals Bertin and Marfrig in adopting moratorium …A spokesperson for JBS said… “JBS has agreed to...

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1 September 2009

Plundering the Amazon

Author: Michael Smith, Adriana Brasileiro, Bloomberg Markets

Alcoa and Cargill have bypassed laws designed to prevent destruction of the world’s largest rain forest, Brazilian prosecutors say. The damage wrought by scores of companies is robbing the earth of its best shield against global warming. [refers to...

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Article
3 August 2009

Shoe brands get tough on leather suppliers to save Amazon rainforest [Brazil]

Author: Damien Carrington & Tom Phillips, Guardian [UK]

Some of the world's top footwear brands, including Clarks, Adidas, Nike and Timberland, have demanded an immediate moratorium on destruction of the Amazon rainforest from their leather suppliers in Brazil...[An investigation by Greenpeace] said...

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Company non-response
24 June 2009

Marfrig Alimentos did not respond to: Greenpeace report on cattle sector raises concerns including forced labour, deforestation causing climate change.

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