Comparison Study of Chinese and Brazilian Agriculture Criteria: Harmonising Green Standards in the Agricultural Sector

China and Brazil, as prominent global players in agriculture, boast robust collaborations and strategic partnerships in the agricultural trade sector. Both nations, featuring prominently among the top five producers and exporters of agricultural products, face challenges in sustainability and climate-related risks. Recognizing the economic significance of agriculture, China and Brazil have prioritized the development of policies supporting sustainable practices.
This report aims to compare and align agricultural standards and taxonomy requirements between China and Brazil. By highlighting best practices, the report seeks to provide insights into fostering sustainable agricultural development. Additionally, it proposes policy and market measures to facilitate the expansion of sustainable agriculture finance, addressing the shared commitment of both countries towards a resilient and eco-friendly agricultural future.
Available in English, Chinese and Portuguese.