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Title: Sustainability index for agribusiness products considering territorial bases and life cycle thinking.
Authors: CARVALHO, G. R.
OMETTO, A. R.
MIRANDA, E. E. de
Affiliation: GLAUCO RODRIGUES CARVALHO, CNPM; A. R. OMETTO, USP; EVARISTO EDUARDO DE MIRANDA, CNPM.
Date Issued: 2006
Citation: In: GLOBAL CONFERENCE ON SUSTAINABLE PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT AND LIFE CYCLE ENGINEERING, 4., 2006, São Carlos. Sustainable Manufacturing: Proceedings... São Carlos: Suprema, 2006.
Pages: 2 p.
Description: The sustainability index (SI) development for agricultural products was a Brazilian Agricultural, Livestock and Provisioning Ministry, (MAPA) demand. This work seeks by participative process, to define sustainability principles, criteria and agricultural products patterns. Theses principles have universal characters liable to expand its application to several agribusiness links by future criteria in the several territorial contexts through out the patterns to be defined to each biome monitored by satellites. The SI must have credibility and international recognition. Among their principles are: Conformity with the agreement, treaties and international conventions; Conformity with the national legislation; Localization; Integration; Monitoring and continuous improvement. The participative elaboration of the sustainability principles with the more representative agribusiness sectors, science and technology areas and the public and private institutions is allowing delineating the environment conduct, innovation and business for a future guiding to criteria formatting of the and SI patterns.
Keywords: Geotechnologies
Life cycle
Sustainability index.
Language: en
Type of Material: Anais e Proceedings de eventos
Access: openAccess
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