Courses and Training

The skills training program aims to provide the systematic development of technical and management skills guided by sustainability.

The course aims to ensure a solid training., conferring the tools and skills to manage their organizations in an environment of growing complexity and demand for businesses guided by sustainable strategies.

Content is customized according to the organization's needs. The modules offered can be condensed into a customized competency program.

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One of the conditions for a society in balance is especially environmental education. Those who wish to contribute to building sustainable societies, ecologically balanced and socially just must prepare.

What? specializing, deepening the debate, empowering themselves to implement participatory processes of intervention and transformation of spaces.

This course provides theoretical and practical support for the development of skills in planning and executing strategies aimed at environmental education.

Sustainability can be understood as a new way of acting, think and relate to the environment. It is in using natural resources intelligently so that they remain available.

It is also in the way a society plans its future thinking about the population's quality of life or how an organization plans its business in order to reduce the negative impacts that its processes and products can cause.

Thinking about a sustainability agenda is acting to overcome the challenges of the present and anticipate the challenges of the future.

A sustainability agenda places organizations facing complex challenges, but it is also an opportunity to increase the competitiveness of a company..

This course provides theoretical and practical support for the development of skills in planning and executing strategies aimed at sustainability.

Environment can be defined as a set of physical factors, chemical and biological that allows life in its most diverse forms.

Everyone is entitled to a balanced environment. Therefore, its preservation is essential.

For so much, It is essential that organizations have knowledge about the natural resources involved in their processes and products, directly or indirectly.

This will help you internalize impacts that are not normally accounted for., resulting in a broader analysis of the entire input and output chain, and will make the organization understand its social and environmental role in society.

This course provides theoretical and practical support for the development of skills in planning and executing strategies aimed at managing resources and the environment by the organization..

A good management system enables not only efficiency in the execution and control of tasks within an organization..

It standardizes operational processes and builds a framework capable of analyzing and correcting errors, ensuring a system of continuous improvement.

thinking about people, the organization and its teams will be able to dedicate themselves more to strategies aimed at business growth and development, confident of the secure returns of information from your management system.

In addition to good procedures and adequate structure for the organization, professionals capable of managing it and, when necessary, correct deficiencies.

This course provides theoretical and practical support for the development of skills in planning and executing strategies for the implementation and management of an organizational system..

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Social and Environmental Certifications

Roundtable of Sustainable Biomaterials
Round Table on Responsible Soy Association
Internation Finance Corporation
Recycled Claim Standard

Every organization needs competent management to survive and grow. Have efficient management, by itself, it is not a unique condition for an organization to have a good position..

Communicating properly with society is essential for any organization that aims to stand firm and with a correct positioning. In this context, social and environmental certifications are powerful tools.

Certifications are tools to communicate to stakeholders that the organization follows good practices, putting your vision into practice, mission and values ​​through formal proof, either to demonstrate its way of being internally in the organization or externally to society in general.

  • Organization Diagnosis and Strategic Review;

  • Assessment of Compliance with Legal Requirements;

  • Mass balance mapping and standardization for chain of custody and traceability;

  • Evaluation and implementation of Programs for Payment of Environmental Services - PSA;

  • Support for adaptation to production standards, chain of custody and traceability;

  • Internal Audit and Critical Analysis;

  • Benchmarkings and standardization of indicators between certifications;

  • Identification of High Conservation Value Areas;

  • Environmental Management Program - PGA;

  • Data collection for carbon intensity spreadsheet;

  • Ecosystem Services Assessment.

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Circular Economy

Our vision

The circular economy is a new way of thinking about a new business model, in the future and how we relate to the environment in which we live, with the clear objective of preserving natural capital.

The linear model generates an unprecedented volume of discarded and potentially polluting waste. The idea of ​​a circular economy, on the other hand, comes to help us overcome these dilemmas and create new ways to inhabit our planet.

This new relationship with our goods and materials would save resources and energy and create new opportunities locally. The circular economy offers a new model of thinking and social and economic organization, it's a mobilizing idea, that signals the possibility of beneficial interactions between humans and the planet, in a positive vision of the future.

what we deliver:

To develop the concept, awareness and engagement are needed.. For that, empowering individuals on circular economy strategies and practices is the starting point of the transition trajectory.

Developing circular thinking is the next step towards establishing a circular culture in the organization., that is far and transversal. Alignment with the circular economy mindset and sustainable innovation are essential skills to initiate the development of business strategy.

At this point, strategy is determined through the integration of the entire organization. Um circular scan (mapping and diagnosis) is performed and baselines are drawn. The result is an integrated roadmap so that each sector involved can achieve the outlined results.

The cycle closes with the development of a Product Performance Monitoring and Evaluation Plan, operations and business models. In this step, We use the baseline drawn in the previous steps to measure the degree of circularity achieved and define goals and objectives to achieve.

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Sustainability is directly related to using resources intelligently so that they remain available for future generations. E, beyond the usual, she is in the development of business strategies, in the way of producing and consuming and in the way of relating to society.

For an organization to adopt a sustainability agenda, is being willing to work with complex challenges, but it is also about having greater knowledge of its operations and their impacts, of being able to create opportunities and increase their competitiveness., and something very important, be transparent to society.

What we do:

Business management is a practice that must be constantly adapted to the reality that emerges. It is a new reality related to mapping the degree of identity of the organization and how the organization and its business plan to adopt new models and operations.

For that, It is important to understand that it is necessary to generate shared value among the various actors in society, create and maintain partnerships and cooperation that are capable of increasing the network of influence and positive impact, always seeking the greatest growth with the least possible impact on socio-environmental structures. .

what we deliver

  • Mapping and elaboration of strategies for transition and management of change towards sustainability standards and meeting the Sustainable Development Goals;
  • Sustainability risk mapping;
  • Social and environmental due diligence for performance analysis for financing, investments, Fusions and acquisitions;
  • Preparation of green bond issuance programs (Green Bonds Principles);
  • Definition of Performance Indicators and support for indexes such as ICO, WHEREAS, DJSI, ANEEL;
  • Preparation of sustainability reports and materiality matrix;
  • Building strategies for relationships with stakeholders and analyzing the potential risks involved.

A sustainable business is beyond your internal management capacity. Mapping weaknesses and potential opportunities in the supply chain ensures that business, processes and products have traceability, reliability and transparency.

E, for that, collaboration is one of the keys to sustained growth. Partnerships between suppliers and the organization generate an environment of innovation and enable new paths and opportunities.

what we deliver

  • Contracted Suppliers Compliance Management and Monitoring Plan;

  • Preparation of requirements and development of contracts;

  • Supplier training;

  • Second Party Audit.

When creating a new project, the elaboration process guided by sustainability is practically the same. Nonetheless, a business can fit current needs, as good sustainability practices, while a project can be created from the first lines with a strong sustainability influence.
For that, project management and concept application tools are available to ensure that a process or product, or a new line of business is founded on a sustainable structure with high social impact, economic and environmental when released on the market.

what we deliver

  • Product Life Cycle Assessment, processes and services and analysis and comparison reports;

  • Greenhouse Gas Emission Inventories (ISO standard 14064 and the GHG Protocol);

  • Development of sustainable product indicators, processes or services;

  • Measurement of possible environmental impacts caused by materials, processes or services;

  • Loss reduction plans, productive efficiency and continuous improvement;

  • Voluntary Emission Reduction and Emission Offset Projects;

  • Development of sustainable strategies for managing emissions and reducing operating costs;

  • Preparation of adaptation projects to REDD+;

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Management Systems

Having a management system in place is important.. Its adoption provides an integrated assessment to identify social and environmental impacts and risks and opportunities for projects and processes across the organization. ​

A management system translates into effective stakeholder engagement through the disclosure of information related to the company and its interests. And the consultation on issues that directly affect the business and the community.

Internalizing externalities is essential. E, a management system is the mechanism that enables the integration of business operations and processes with sustainable and efficient management, to create an environment of development and continuous improvement that enables control, transparency and traceability.

  • Initial Diagnosis (GAP Analysis)
  • Identification and Assessment of Environmental Aspects and Impacts
  • Identification and Assessment of Occupational Hazards and Risks
  • Legal Compliance Assessment
  • Implementation of Management Systems
  • Internal and Second Party Audits (Supply chain)
  • Identification of Risks and Opportunities
  • Process Mapping
  • Organization Context Mapping and Identification
  • Definition and Integration of documents related to the Integrated Management System

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