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  • Writer's pictureLuiza Bruscato

Brazilian group to join the board of the Global Roundtable for Sustainable Beef.

The Global Roundtable brings together organizations from around the world that comprise different links in the livestock value chain.



Luiza Bruscato, Executive Director of the Brazilian Roundtable on Sustainable Livestock (GTPS), has been elected as a member-at-large of the Global Roundtable for Sustainable Beef (GRSB). The vote took place last Wednesday (14), and the Brazilian representative was chosen by the majority of the institution's administrative committee members.


She will assume the position at the beginning of 2023 with a two-year term. The role of member-at-large, in free translation, is a generalist member who is part of the Executive Committee, the highest hierarchy of the global group. The main responsibility of the new role is to address regional issues and represent other members in internal meetings.


“Having a local representative on the Global Roundtable was a demand raised by several members from Latin America. Many of the GRSB's goals and strategies were not being considered with our scenario in mind, and my main focus will be to bring regional perspectives to the global stage,” commented Luiza.


Inspired by the GTPS model, the Global Roundtable brings together organizations from around the world that comprise different links in the value chain to discuss and find ways for increasingly sustainable beef production. Institutions and individual members from more than 24 countries are part of the GRSB.


“We are increasingly occupying international spaces. In 2022, we participated in events in the United States, Belgium, and Ireland. Now we have new challenges in 2023, but always with a focus on GTPS's mission to promote the development of sustainability in livestock farming and show the world that Brazilian beef is already the most sustainable,” emphasized the director.

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