Development of innovative solutions for the Green Economy sector, with an emphasis on rationality in the use of natural resources and in the valorization of biodiversity and of ecosystemic services, to generate value, manage assets and measure impacts.
CREATION OF SHARED VALUE IN SUSTAINABLE PRODUCTIVE CHAINS
The principle of shared value involves the generation of economic value to also create value for society (responding to its needs and challenges) and for the environment. The objective is to connect the success of the company to social and environmental progress based on the following fronts: conception of new products and markets; redefinition of productivity in the value chain; promotion of development of local clusters and Green Innovation ecosystems.
- Organization of green innovation ecosystems
- Modeling of innovative business that generate impacts
- Sustainability strategies in the value chain
FINANCIAL MECHANISMS FOR VALORIZATION OF BIODIVERSITY
Give potential to Brazils natural capital as a tremendous asset that distinguishes the country globally in the new economy.
- Organization of public policies with the use of economic market instruments for nature conservation
- Making private natural areas profitable
- Market mechanisms for payment of environmental services
MEASUREMENT, SURVEY AND COMMUNICATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS
CERTI facilitates and promotes the measurement and compensation of environmental impacts and communication of the results to stakeholders using mechanisms and tools that provide simple, attractive, tangible and traceable information. As a consequence, it strengthens clients brands in the field of sustainability.
Diagnoses & strategies for sustainable occupation of territory
The model determines reference limits for intervention (impact or use) based on the natural and social attributes of a territory and its support capacities. It is based on the maintenance of the ecological functionalities of the areas, guaranteeing the maintenance of the Environmental Services found in it, and is applicable to two main fronts:
- Projects that occupy large areas, such as real estate development, commodity production and other large scale and linear projects.
- The creation of environmental competitiveness in the attraction of projects in the respective chain, as well as in the access to local developments as suppliers of sustainable corporate chains and differentiated markets.
- Planning of ecological corridors
- Intelligent biodiversity monitoring systems aimed at decision making
- Planning of public and private conservation districts
- Studies of environmental support capacity
- Generation of conceptual models of solutions