Brazil one of the top three largest tobacco growing countries in the world. Tobacco production takes up more than 350,000 hectares of land, and the country churns out more than 765,000 tonnes of tobacco leaves per year.
While the industry profits, it’s people that pay the costs.
In this infographic, we dig deep into what those costs look like on public health, the economy, and the environment. It’s time that governments and other decision-makers take courageous action to make this deadly industry pay for the harms it has caused.