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The cause of global warming is not in the belching of Brazilian cows, but outside the country, says senator

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Published Mar 2, 2024

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During the National Opening of the Soybean Harvest, the Public Policies in Agribusiness panel discussed the need for the Parliamentary Agriculture Front (FPA) to create an agenda for the upcoming 30th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. The panel emphasized that Brazilian agriculture is not responsible for global warming, highlighted the importance of agribusiness communication, and called for the federal government to acknowledge the agricultural crisis and provide financial support.
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The Public Policies in Agribusiness panel, held this Friday (1st) during the National Opening of the Soybean Harvest – Harvest 23/24, in Tapera, Rio Grande do Sul, included the participation of renowned congressmen in the sector. Senator Luis Carlos Heinze, for example, spoke about the need for the Parliamentary Agriculture Front (FPA), assisted by all producers, to invest in creating an agenda prior to the 30th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. Clima (COP 30), to be hosted in 2025 in Pará. “It’s an opportunity for us to say what Brazil wants from the world, not what the world wants from Brazil. […] Brazilian agriculture is not responsible for global warming. The cause of this problem is not the belching, the gases emitted by our cows, our cattle. Nobody talks about the contribution of China, the United States, the European Union, or automobiles, which are the biggest emitters.” According to him, there is no country in the ...
Source: CanalRural
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