Agro-industry Surrounds Xingu Indigenous Territory in Brazil — CSP-Conlutas — Barbara Crane Navarro

In the last 20 years, the region around the land of Yawalapiti has been transformed into a production hub for soybeans, corn, cotton and meat, connected by highways and railways. Today, the Xingu area produces 10% of Brazil’s soybean exports. Agro-industry Surrounds Xingu Indigenous Territory in Brazil — CSP-Conlutas

Agro-industry Surrounds Xingu Indigenous Territory in Brazil — CSP-Conlutas — Barbara Crane Navarro

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