RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Forum of the Future Institute, a group of academics, developers, public and private managers with the aim of debating proposals for the sustainable development of agriculture in the country, gathers this week, in Brasília, at the Seminar on Food and Society.
The institute is chaired by a former minister of Agriculture Alysson Paulinelli, one of the people in charge of the modernization process of the Brazilian Agricultural Research Company (EMBRAPA) in the 1970s. In an interview with Agência Brasil, Paulinelli advocated a broad study of Brazilian biomes to guide current and future use . . .