In a country that faces challenges such as deforestation, agriculture mining and a governmental dam building spree, landholders like Katia Abreu fight for ranches and farms carving up Brazilian forests.
A man works in a mountain of soybeans stocked in the city of Sorriso in the state of Mato Grosso. The worst drought in over 50 years in the United States lifted soy prices to an all-time high. Brazil is a world leader in the export of sugar, coffee, orange juice, soybeans and chicken. Nacho Doce/Reuters Buy Photo