What has been happening in the Brazilian Amazionia is nauseating. I understand that it is not only about beef, but palm oil is a much more complex devil to tackle. I am disgusted that this needs to be an economic incentive, but short of recurring to violence, I just don’t know what other language these people (greedy humans) understand.I am sure this is not the place for queries, but is there a way we can create pressure for this to happen? without knowing much about how to go about this, my instinct would be to appeal on several levels. Communities can pressure their markets, stores, and restaurants into not using Brazilian beef. Our government could impose tariffs or ban it altogether. With enough attention, the UN, or large trading blocs and coalitions could impose sanctions. Thoughts?
Pressure governments, restaurants, and communities into banning Brazilian beef
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