Two famous names associated with both the United Nations and abortion are on the guest list for the upcoming Synod on the Amazon. American economist Jeffrey Sachs, 64, and Korean former Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon, 75, are among the 185 people invited to the synod, which will take place in Rome between October 6 and 27.
A growing number of Brazilians are showing concern about the pernicious consequences that may derive from the upcoming Pan Amazon Synod, which will open in the Vatican in a week. At first, few understood exactly what it was about. In fact, the Synod’s documents circulated almost exclusively among experts, that is to say, the followers
Sustainable Agriculture in Brazil CHAPTER 6 – TROPICAL INTENSIFICATION NATIVE FORESTS SAVED BY THE AGRICULTURE lNTENSIFICATION Brazil is the only country in the tropical belt of the globe to become an agricultural power. Management technologies have transformed poor soils into fertile land. The tropicalization of crops, with differentiated cycles, has enabled the use of lands