After eight years of supporting Brazil's Soy Moratorium, a private agreement among big companies to stop using soy grown on cleared forestland, proponents have evidence that the Moratorium is crucial to reducing deforestation rates in the Amazon.  A study published this week reports that only about 1 percent of new soy expansion came at the expense of forest. [ Go To Article ]

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