José Graziano

    Ending Hunger Is Not Charity, But Investment, Says FAO’s New Chief, from Brazil

    Brazil’s José Graziano da Silva, the newly elected chief of the United Nations food ...

    Brazilian fishing boat

    Brazil Finally Signs World Agreement on Sustainable Fishing

    The Brazilian government openly backed the Compliance Agreement of the United Nation's (UN) Food ...

    Wheat from Brazil

    UN in Brazil Announces Food Prices Are Starting to Fall Worldwide

    United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization's (FAO) projections point to a gradual reduction in ...

    FAO Points to Brazil as Example to the World in Bio-Energy

    Under the pressure from soaring oil prices and growing environmental constraints, momentum is gathering ...

    World Discusses in Brazil How to Curb Use of Pesticides in Food

    Representatives of 158 countries are meeting in Fortaleza, capital of the Brazilian northeastern state of ...

    One Land Management Accord for Brazil and Six Portuguese-Speaking Countries

    A concrete result of the 2nd International Conference on Agrarian Reform and Rural Development ...

    80 Countries Gather in Brazil to Discuss Land Reform

    The official debates at the 2nd International Conference on Agrarian Reform and Social Development, ...

    UN’s Food Program Honors Lula and Brazil With Medal

    "Now I finally have a diploma." It was with this jocose remark that Brazilian ...

    Brazil on the Verge of Becoming World’s Largest Food Supplier

    The Brazilian food industry is doing well. As well as the country currently being ...