Rio Plus Business Bulletin

  1. Codelco: RioPlus Business Sustainability Statement

    By Diego Hernández, Presidente Ejecutivo de Codelco Codelco is the world’s top copper producer and the company that contributes the most to Chile. Our commitment with local communities and the environment implies constantly looking for new ways to make mining cleaner, safer and more benign. We were the first Chilean mining company that...
  2. Rey Juan Carlos University: RioPlus Business Sustainability Statement

    Rey Juan Carlos University, Alcalá University, Murcia University, Cartagena Polytechnic University and Extremadura University join their capacities in a challenging initiative. Rey Juan Carlos University is currently leading the research consortium “Campus of International Excellence Smart Energy”. This project was born with the wish of five Spanish public universities – Rey...
  3. Buenos Aires: RioPlus Business Sustainability Statement

    Buenos Aires: Putting sustainable development at the heart of policymaking The Government of the Province of Buenos Aires has developed a sub-national government-level strategy in public policies about sustainable development, based on an inter-jurisdictional, inter-institutional and interdisciplinary approach. The Provincial Agency for Sustainable Development (OPDS), enforcing authority in environmental issues at the...
  4. PTB: RioPlus Business Sustainability Statement

    Global challenges – such as the climate change – can only be dealt with if both public and private sector in developed and developing countries assume their responsibility. But how can companies assure that their production and processes are efficient and environmentally friendly? How can consumers be sure that products and...
  5. Concha y Toro: RioPlus Business Sustainability Statement

    We at Concha y Toro see ourselves as a global and innovative company with a serious and responsible commitment to Sustainable Development. We are a company whose origin is in our natural resources, and as a result, we too are tied to and connected with it. Our own vineyards are exposed to...
  6. Joinville: RioPlus Sustainability Statement

    Joinville is the richest city in Santa Catarina according to its Gross Domestic Product (GDP), which reached R$ 13.2 billion in 2011. A reference in industrialization, Joinville has been able to maintain a balance between economic growth and environmental preservation added to quality of life. Due to this fact, Joinville is one...
  7. Capes: RioPlus Sustainability Statement

    The Brazilian Federal Agency for the Support and Evaluation of Post-Graduate Education (Capes) was established in 1951 as a foundation associated to the Ministry of Education to play the central role of expanding and consolidating graduate degree education in Brazil. In 2007, it also started to center its efforts towards bringing...
  8. Denso: RioPlus Sustainability Statement

    We place top priority on meticulously implementing initiatives to protect the environment. Corporations must conceptualize how a sustainable society would operate and make concerted efforts toward environmental preservation based on a long-term vision. To this end, DENSO aims to be a corporate group that contributes to the “creation of an advanced...
  9. Apex-Brazil: RioPlus Sustainability Statement

    The Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (Apex-Brasil) acts on two fronts in pursuit of sustainable development. On the national level, it encourages local enterprises and business associations to seek social and environmental business sustainability through the development of new technologies and innovative designs. On the international front, Apex-Brasil works to attract...

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