With organized actions, we are the world’s voice informing that it is possible to produce beef with biodiversity management in Brazil

Our positive agenda, searching for the development of sustainable livestock, through the balance among economic, social and environmental pillars, is the guide for our actions.

We have practical tools, suitable to the Brazilian scenario, based in indicators, whose base is grounded in the principle of the transparency and dialogue to foster its development.

Converging into a common ground, we combine on a single round table, representatives from several sectors of the supply chain, such as producers, financial institutions, industries, civil society, inputs and services, retails and restaurants and education and research.

Represented Sectors


Our model motivated initiatives, in other countries. We have been recognized with the Certificate of International Excellence on Sustainability and we represent Brazil in the UN

The diversity of people and ideas, as a single hub, is our main asset to motivate practical actions for the sustainable intensification:

  • Integration of Livestock-Crop-Forestry
  • Maintenance of the standing forest
  • Payment for environmental services.

We are also inspiring international initiatives, as the Global Round-Table for Sustainable Beef (Global Roundtable for Sustainable Beef – GRSB), where we are active members, besides forming groups abroad.

The deep knowledge on the cattle supply chain, plus the ability to integrate the sector with transparency and providing applicable tools, makes us unique in the search for sustainable livestock.

Our Mission

To foster the development of sustainable livestock, through the articulation of the chain, the continuous improvement and the dissemination of information

As an non-profit entity, GTPS and all its members assume the commitment with the development of sustainable livestock, by means of the chain articulation, the dissemination of information and by supporting the continuous improvement, pursuing economic, social and environmental balance among the pillars.

If today we have a clear-cut intention and longevity, we owe it to our history and the players who were part of it, as well as to our actions.

[ Our history ] [ Our Members ] [ Our initiatives ]

GTPS Values

Continuous improvement
Good practices of the agribusiness
Legal adequacy

Who frames GTPS

We are organized in a systemic way, so that we can bring the most possible number of contributions, listening to several voices and standings.


It consists of three representatives from the six member groups: producers, financial institutions, industries, civil society, inputs and services, retails and restaurants and education and research institutions. Mandates are extended for three years, with annual renewal of 1/3 of the director members of each category.


At least once a year, all members and observers meet for a democratic conversation in a diverse environment for the definitions of the following year.
This governance structure gives voice to all participants of GTPS.


Work Fronts

Our activities cover three performance axis:

Aiming the expansion of adhesion to the Indicators Guide on Sustainable Livestock (GIPS), so it is recognized as a tool to foster and support the sustainable production.

Its objective is the continuous analysis of results, revision and simplification of the Guide, using data analysis tools (BI), so that regional evidences, from the data, can direct strategical efforts.

Technical Intelligence of the organization, to sustain its positioning updated, coherent and with science-based grounding on subjects directly related to sustainability.

Current subjects of bigger interest of the chain are debated, and they are sustainable initiatives, change of land use, animal welfare, technology and innovation on livestock and the carbon balance.

Establishes release and communication strategies so that positioning, initiatives and on-going tools at GTPS may arrive to the largest number of people of the target-audience.

Also searches for youth public relationship and the organization of events.