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The report notes that achieving the goal of keeping global warming below 1.5 degrees, which is the maximum acceptable limit to avoid uncontainable natural disasters that threaten human existence itself, requires a rapid transition to clean and renewable energy sources.However, the report found that cattle breeding in dry lands that do not produce natural feed causes 12 times more greenhouse gases than those grown in natural pastures.In addition to its advanced position in meat production, Brazil occupies a prominent position in the production of biofuels, ranking second after the United States. The environmental report calls for a balance between the different needs of biodiversity conservation, natural forests and the right of hungry people to food, as well as reducing emissions by using biofuels.Nature also has rights that need to be respected, by balancing the demands of the economy and the environment, in a way that ensures sustainable development.
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