CHANGE
THAT MATTERS

2
SUGARCANE
CROP OF POTENTIAL

Sugar
Alcohol
Bio-fuel
Bio-plastics
Bio-electricity

3
BIO-ETHANOL FROM
SUGARCANE OFFER A
LOT OF BENEFITS
Highly productive perennial crop
Reduction of emissions up to 90%

Bio-...
THE BIO-ETHANOL
MARKET IS BEING
SHAPED AS WE SPEAK

5
USE MOMENTUM TO CREATE
DESIRED MARKET OUTCOMES

6
PREVENTION OF
DESIGN FLAWS
REQUIRES A
JOINT LEARNING
CURVE
7
REAL BENEFIT
SHARING
SUSTAINABLE
ETHANOL FROM
BRAZIL
8
ARGOS CHALLENGE
IN THE SUPPLY CHAIN

No sustainability certification
No certified supply chains

No existing examples in s...
FIRST MOVERS IN
BONSUCRO CERTIFICATION
Comply the law
Provide good labor conditions
Respect human rights

Have positive en...
11
CERTIFICATION
IS IMPORTANT
BUT NOT
SUFFICIENT
12
PROJETO
RENOVAÇÃO
RETRAINING OF
CANE CUTTERS
13
HORIZONTE
RURAL
FARMER SELF
ASSESSMENT
PROGRAMME

14
PARTNERSHIPS
ARE ESSENTIAL TO CHANGE

15
OUR EXPERIENCE IS NOW
TAKING ROOT IN THE
NORTHEAST OF BRAZIL

16
17
THE WORLD IS
NOT CHANGED BY
YOUR OPINION,
BUT BY YOUR
EXAMPLE
18
JOIN US
FOR CHANGE
THAT MATTERS

19
SVEN SIELHORST

SVEN.SIELHORST@SOLIDARIDAD.NL

solidaridadnetwork.org

/solidaridadnetwork

@solidaridadnetw

/company/sol...
Making an impact – from brazilian cane cutter to european fuel tank
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More and more ethanol is being used to replace and augment the fossil fuels that power our cars and recently the first planes flew on fuel derived from sugar cane. A global market for ethanol is emerging, creating the opportunity to avoid negative economic, environmental and social side effects.
This week the World Bio Markets 2014 takes place in Amsterdam. On 4th March, Solidaridad participates in a side event at the World Bio Markets 2014 organised by Netherlands Entreprise Agency. During this meeting Sven Sielhorst, International Programme Coordinator for the Solidaridad sugarcane programme will present the results of four years of work in the sugarcane industry in Brazil: Making an impact – from Brazilian cane cutter to European fuel tank.
For more information contact Sven Sielhorst http://sugarcane-solidaridad.org/contact-sven-en

Also watch https://vimeo.com/88045400

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Making an impact – from brazilian cane cutter to european fuel tank

  1. 1. CHANGE THAT MATTERS 2
  2. 2. SUGARCANE CROP OF POTENTIAL Sugar Alcohol Bio-fuel Bio-plastics Bio-electricity 3
  3. 3. BIO-ETHANOL FROM SUGARCANE OFFER A LOT OF BENEFITS Highly productive perennial crop Reduction of emissions up to 90% Bio-tech will unlock extra potential 4
  4. 4. THE BIO-ETHANOL MARKET IS BEING SHAPED AS WE SPEAK 5
  5. 5. USE MOMENTUM TO CREATE DESIRED MARKET OUTCOMES 6
  6. 6. PREVENTION OF DESIGN FLAWS REQUIRES A JOINT LEARNING CURVE 7
  7. 7. REAL BENEFIT SHARING SUSTAINABLE ETHANOL FROM BRAZIL 8
  8. 8. ARGOS CHALLENGE IN THE SUPPLY CHAIN No sustainability certification No certified supply chains No existing examples in sugarcane 9
  9. 9. FIRST MOVERS IN BONSUCRO CERTIFICATION Comply the law Provide good labor conditions Respect human rights Have positive environmental impact Improve continuously 10
  10. 10. 11
  11. 11. CERTIFICATION IS IMPORTANT BUT NOT SUFFICIENT 12
  12. 12. PROJETO RENOVAÇÃO RETRAINING OF CANE CUTTERS 13
  13. 13. HORIZONTE RURAL FARMER SELF ASSESSMENT PROGRAMME 14
  14. 14. PARTNERSHIPS ARE ESSENTIAL TO CHANGE 15
  15. 15. OUR EXPERIENCE IS NOW TAKING ROOT IN THE NORTHEAST OF BRAZIL 16
  16. 16. 17
  17. 17. THE WORLD IS NOT CHANGED BY YOUR OPINION, BUT BY YOUR EXAMPLE 18
  18. 18. JOIN US FOR CHANGE THAT MATTERS 19
  19. 19. SVEN SIELHORST SVEN.SIELHORST@SOLIDARIDAD.NL solidaridadnetwork.org /solidaridadnetwork @solidaridadnetw /company/solidaridad 21

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