Brazilian Women Denounce Eco and Work Violations in the Amazon

    In an open letter approved by around 300 female rural workers at the most recent meeting of the Brazilian MIQCB (Movimento Interestadual das Quebradeiras de Coco Babaçu – Interstate Movement of Babassu Coconut Splitters) concern was expressed over the high index of destruction of babassu palm groves.

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