EU encourages Uruguay to partner towards greener production

In this context, the Uruguayan project "Resilient Family Farming" was also presented, promoted in 2020 and financed by the EU, which assists 52 Uruguayan livestock producers in improving their resilience to climate change.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The European Union (EU) has urged Uruguay to be its ally in the transition towards a greener agricultural and livestock production and stressed the importance of "reducing the environmental footprint" from a sector that both consider key to their economic development.

EU Ambassador to Uruguay Paolo Berizzi on Wednesday (15) emphasized partnering during the round table "The Agriculture and Livestock Sector in the fight against Climate Change," held at Expo Prado, the country's main agro-industrial and livestock trade show.

At the event's opening, organized by the EU Delegation in Uruguay with the support . . .

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