Training for brazilian nuts cooperatives for a pilot project on measuring Carbon and Water Footprints, as well as building digital profiles through Information and Communication Technologies (ICT).

The theoretical and practical workshop will provide participants, individuals involved in the chestnut industry in Madre de Dios, with a comprehensive understanding of evaluating the environmental impacts associated with the Peruvian agro-export sector, with a specific focus on the value chain of Amazonian chestnuts. Participants will develop the skills to identify crucial stages throughout the life cycle of their products/subproducts to identify improvement and greenhouse gas (GHG) mitigation opportunities. The workshop follows the guidelines of ISO 14040, ISO 14044, ISO 14067, and ISO 14046 as standards for calculating environmental impacts using life cycle assessment tools, complemented by knowledge of Climate Change, planetary resource limits, and circular economy principles.

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