Did Ranchers and Slaughterhouses Respond to Zero-Deforestation Agreements in the Brazilian Amazon?

Gibbs, H. K., Munger, J., Roe, J. L., Barreto, P., Pereira, R., Christie, M., Amaral, T. & Walker, N. 2015. Did Ranchers and Slaughterhouses Respond to Zero-Deforestation Agreements in the Brazilian Amazon?  Conservation Letters, 11. New supply chain interventions offer promise to reduce deforestation from expansion of commercial agriculture, as more multinational companies agree to stop sourcing from farms with

Explaining the fragmentation in the Brazilian Amazonian forest

Arima, E. Y., Walker, R. T., Perz, S., & Souza Jr., C. 2015. Explaining the fragmentation in the Brazilian Amazonian forest. Journal of Land Use Science, 21. Although vast literature exists on the drivers of tropical deforestation and its ecological consequences, less is known about how patterns of forest fragmentation emerge in the first place.

Brazil's Soy Moratorium

Gibbs, H. K., Rausch, L., Munger, J., Schelly, I., Morton, D. C., Noojipady, P., Soares-Filho, B., Barreto, P., Micol, L. & Walker, N. F. 2015. Brazil’s Soy Moratorium. Science, 347(6220), 377–378.

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