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Meeting Report | Sustainable Agriculture: Session 3 of the Brazil-US Dialogue on Sustainability and Climate Change

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In October 2021, the Wilson Center, in partnership with Uma Concertação Pela Amazônia hosted a discussion with Brazilian and US nongovernmental stakeholders on how to bring resources at scale to promote inclusive and effective sustainable food systems in the Amazon region. The results achieved so far are insufficient to enable the transition from current models to sustainable systems that promote the improvement of income and quality of life of family producers and traditional populations of the Amazon.

Over the course of the session, three major policy recommendations emerged as critical to bolstering bilateral Brazil-US cooperation in strengthening food systems and sustainable practices in the Amazon.

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Relatório da Reunião (Português)

RELATÓRIO DA REUNIÃO | AGRICULTURA SUSTENTÁVEL Ao longo da sessão, três recomendações de políticas críticas surgiram para apoiar a cooperação bilateral entre o Brasil e os EUA no fortalecimento de sistemas alimentares e práticas sustentáveis na Amazônia.

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