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Planted forest technique contributes to agriculture recovery

The techniques of planting and cultivating planted forests are helping to recover agriculture in Cerrado, the second largest Brazilian biome. Techniques are being taught to rural farmers through the ABC Cerrado program, developed in a partnership between FIP - Forest Investment Program, the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply (MAPA), Embrapa and the National Rural
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Timber industry optimistic for 2019

A survey conducted by the Federation of Industries of the State of Paraná (Fiep), with 620 industries from Paraná, revealed that 81.17% of entrepreneurs in the sector have favorable expectations for business in 2019, among micro and small industries, the percentage of optimists is 77.78%. The main expectation of the industry is that there will
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TRC conducts training on Foreign Corrupt Practices Law

For all its administrative team, TRC received the FCPA - Foreign Corruption Practices Act training with the objective of updating and reinforcing the rules and conducts followed by the company. FCPA is a United States federal law that seeks, among other things, to prohibit US companies from influencing foreign professionals from any personal payments or
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The importance of exporting to the economy

Exports in Brazil have grown by 9% in the last year. Understand why foreign trade is so important to the country. In the XVIII century, the intellectual David Ricardo created the Comparative Advantage Theory. This concept holds that every country is more productive than another in some specific area of the economy, so the exchange
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Goal to increase 2 million hectares of forests in 10 years is launched by MAPA

The Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Food Supply (MAPA) in December launched the PlantarFlorestas (SeedForests), a plan to increase the area of ​​planted forests by 2 million hectares over the next decade. The goal was established based on an environmental and socioeconomic diagnosis associated to the management and the industrial phase of the sector. This
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Perfume is one of the many uses of Teak

Well known brands as Jacques Bogart, Dunhill (Desire Red), Ferrari Light Essence, Hugo Boss (Boss In Motion Blue), Monblanc (Presence) and Chanel (Chance Eau Fraiche Hair Mist) have the presence of teak wood aroma as the main note or background to compose those famous fragrances. The teak wood adds to the scented compositions a woody
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Brazilians receive award for innovative reforestation technology

Bruno Ferrari, Pedro and Bruno Pagnocelli developed a device able to enhance and facilitate large-scale reforestation. The technology, called ‘Nucleário’, has received 4 international awards: the Biomimicry Global Design Challenge, International Design Excellence (United States), BraunPrize (Germany) and RedDot (Singapore) and 2 national awards: IdeaBrasil and Environmental Challenge. The device came to overcome statistics. It
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Ibá publishes booklet on Climate Change

"Climate change has been one of the greatest challenges today. The effects are clear: temperature has increase by 1.02 ° C since the 19th century; Annual average sea level advance of 1,5 mm in the last 100 years; increased frequency of extreme events such as droughts, floods, forest fires and hurricanes; beyond the loss of
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The multiple uses of teak wood

Winning more and more popularity in the market, teak wood is present in several countries of the globe, consolidating as the most durable wood that exists. The natural properties that make teak wood have high resistance to moisture and temperature variations, makes them capable of being transformed into virtually any utility. Check out some of
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Understand the importance of monitoring planted forests

A Brazilian startup innovated by developing a software capable of monitoring the growth of planted forests and measuring carbon sequestration. The control is done in real time through sensors installed in the trunks of the trees, connected by satellite. The Brazilian Tree Industry awarded the initiative, which had already been recognized internationally. The monitoring of
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