08/02/2017 09:58

Peasants, Family Farmers, Indigenous Peoples, Quilombolas, Collective Land Users, Fisherfolk, Social Pastorals, Civil Society organizations including FASE, supporters of the National Campaign for the Defense of the Cerrado; representatives of Mozambican peasant communities, Japanese environmental activist, as well as Brazilian organizations participating in the No to ProSavana Campaign; after convening to debate the processes of the Cerrado’s land destruction and its impacts and consequences on the peoples; manifest rejection of PDA MATOPIBA and ProSavana and confirm position in defense of the Cerrado and of the peasant communities of the Nacala Corridor in Mozambique.