Agriculture, Food and Beverage

We need a food systems approach to protect our forests. Here's why

Soybeans are now the most valuable export product for Brazil. Image: Pexels.

Petra Tanos

Head, Strategic Partnerships, Tropical Forest Alliance

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The role of agriculture in gdp, exports and employment in tropical countries. Credit: Tropical Forest Alliance. Image: Tropical Forest Alliance.
Global demand for forest risk commodities, 2001–2020. Credit: Tropical Forest Alliance.

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