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Cargill Consistently Violates Environmental, Indigenous and Human Rights

Amazonian Indigenous Peoples Mobilize Against Railway Mega-project That Threatens Rights and the Rainforest

African Child Laborers Sue Cargill, Others For Exploitation on Cocoa Farms

Agribusiness Giant Cargill Commits to Eliminate Deforestation

Cargill Wants to Expand its Destruction in the Amazon

Indigenous Leader, Beka Munduruku, is here to confront the Cargill-MacMillan family

More Cargill-Linked Deforestation Unearthed; Environmental, Human Rights Organizations Call on Family Owners to Act

Cargill in the Media

Report Calls on Cargill to Keep its Deforestation and Conversion Promise

In Brazil’s Amazon, Cargill grain ports meet local resistance

Cargill-MacMillan Family Refuses to Meet With Visiting Indigenous Leader

Promises to Keep

On November 27, 2023, Cargill announced a commitment to eliminate deforestation and land conversion in Brazil, Argentina, and Uruguay by 2025.This commitment by Cargill is potentially a huge and long-awaited step forward for the planet and the Indigenous communities who depend on these ecosystems. Unfortunately, given Cargill’s long track record of breaking previous commitments – it is hard not to be skeptical.

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