Gilberto Tomazoni, Global CEO of JBS, the world’s largest food company, participated in a panel discussion at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland titled “Why Lands Matter.” Alongside representatives from the government, nonprofit sector, and financial institutions, Tomazoni argued that the way to reduce greenhouse gas emissions is to offer technical and financial support to rural producers, particularly to smaller producers.

He emphasized the need to focus on supporting farmers with knowledge sharing and access to credit to make the transition to more sustainable production. Tomazoni highlighted that in Brazil, there are existing solutions to promote more efficient and sustainable agriculture and livestock production, such as the recovery of degraded pastures.

He also mentioned the importance of offering financial credit so that farmers can put these solutions into practice and highlighted that less than 2% of funds dedicated to tackling climate change go to this sector of the population.

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