Traceability for the EUDR: Lessons learned from the Brazilian cattle sector and recommendations to the EU
The EU Regulation on deforestation-free products (EUDR) will enter into application in December 2024. Companies will need to undertake due diligence to ensure products linked to deforestation and human rights violations are not...
What do Brazil’s election results mean for forests, rights and future EU-Brazil Partnerships?
Brazil has elected Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva as its new President and the importance this has for the fate of the Amazon and the Peoples’ that live there, cannot be overstated.
To discuss what the election results...
The EU Observatory's role in tackling global deforestation and human rights violations
What we can learn from Brazil
How the EU, UK and US deforestation laws will impact Brazil
COP26 side event
Tackling deforestation through EU due diligence: lessons and proposals from Brazil
The webinar discussed how to trace Brazilian agricultural exports to the EU and how a deforestation and land rights observatory could help EU companies perform due diligence to remove deforestation and human rights violations from...
Webinars on the EU and UK consultations on Regulatory Proposals to Halt Deforestation
Highlights of the webinar:
The webinars in Brazilian Portuguese, English, French, and Spanish (click on the links for the slides) were attended by over 100 participants, including civil society from producer countries, as well...