Government says Brazil’s agriculture feeds the world and can boost country’s image abroad

"Brazil is an agro-environmental powerhouse. We produce responsibly, with innovation and sustainability. We want to show our true agro to the world," the Agriculture Minister wrote.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Ministers of Environment, Ricardo Salles, and Agriculture, Tereza Cristina, met with several productive sector representatives on Thursday, March 11th, to discuss how to boost the country's image abroad and Brazil's position at the next United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP 26), to be held in November, in Glasgow, Scotland.

Salles called for the engagement of organizations. "He is starting to build support so he won't be alone," said a cabinet advisor who attended the meeting. On Twitter, Tereza Cristina championed the image of Brazilian agribusiness by sharing pictures of the meeting.

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