After two years of investigation, we’ve uncovered a string of illegal soy production that is destroying the Amazon rainforest, and can be traced to a large American corporation: Cargill.
Just months after Greenpeace activists blocked the facility, Cargill's soy processing plant in the heart of the Amazon rainforest has been shut down by the Brazilian government.
It's been a year since the start of a two-year moratorium on trading soy from freshly deforested areas of the Amazon. It's clear that it is having a positive impact and it looks like the Brazilian government is following suit with a land...
For over two years, Greenpeace international has been involved in an intense investigation of Amazon soy. It's no secret that the Amazon rainforest is being destroyed to make room for soybean crops, but the driving force behind the...
Greenpeace has new evidence proving that Sinar Mas
continues to destroy peatlands and rainforests, pushing
orang-utans closer to the brink of extinction and
accelerating climate change.Sinar Mas is the largest palm oil producer in Indonesia,...
In 2004, Greenpeace began to investigate the Amazon soy industry. Our research has identified three U.S.-based agricultural commodities giants - ADM, Bunge and Cargill - at the heart of the Amazon destruction.
Bertin, the world’s largest leather exporter, is joining the fight against deforestation and climate change by finally doing the right thing and backing the call for a moratorium on buying cattle from farms responsible for Amazon deforestation...
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