World Bank urged to rethink investment in one of Brazil’s big beef companies

Forest fires are frequently linked to clearance of land for beef ranching. Picture: Jim Wickens/Ecostorm

By Andrew Wasley and Alexandra Heal

The World Bank should reconsider its investment in one of Brazil’s biggest beef producers because of the industry’s links to deforestation and the climate crisis, according to two UN-appointed experts.

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Award-winning investigative journalist specialising in food and environment issues. Full coverage see: www.andrewwasley.com

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Andrew Wasley

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Award-winning investigative journalist specialising in food and environment issues. Full coverage see: www.andrewwasley.com

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