Although Brazil’s soybean production reached record levels this year, port congestions are impeding exports of soybean as producers fear losing international markets.
Construction is set to begin to revamp Brazil’s only World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) accredited laboratory in preparation for the upcoming 2014 FIFA World Cup and 2016 Summer [...]
There are a number of carnivals in Brazil each year, and the one in Rio de Janeiro is the world’s largest.
A rain of spiders was recorded on Feb. 3 in Santo Antonio da Platina, Brazil.
The startling images of an uncontacted Brazilian tribe taken from a plane a few years ago had many people captivated.
As Rio de Janeiro prepares to host the 2016 Olympics, the city has launched an innovated approach to help tourists get the most out of their visit: QR code mosaics.
Adventure traveling and ecotourism are becoming more popular in Brazil.
A program in Brazil’s Amazonas helps farmers generate income while preserving the rainforest.
Edible wrappers are being introduced at a Brazilian fastfood chain, using the marketing schtick that customers love their burgers so much that they have to eat the wrapper too.
Brazilian couple promotes surfing boards made out of plastic bottles to make surfing accessible for all children and reuse waste at the same time.