Peru

Sustainability Education Partnership in Peru Reaps Results

Global Reporting Initiative and Centrum PUCP recognized for sustainability reporting training
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A highly successful initiative to help smaller companies in Peru to embrace transparency and adopt sustainable business practices has received global recognition.

Sustainability as a Competitive Advantage: Lessons From Peru

New study shares over 30 case studies with Peruvian MSMEs
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Recognizing the crucial role of micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) in contributing to a more sustainable economy, GRI has launched a new publication that shares experiences from Peruvian companies.

Study Reveals Responsible Business Potential of Hispanic America

Sustainability reporting is spreading in the region, according to new research
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February 2, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Research into corporate transparency practices in Hispanic American capital markets has set a benchmark for the prevalence of sustainability reporting in the region. The GRI study involved all 762 listed companies in five countries – Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru – and found that 37.5% produce a report.

Cerro Verde, a Freeport-McMoRan Company, Donates Oxygen Generating Plant to Arequipa Hospital

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After a surge in coronavirus cases left Peruvian hospitals struggling to keep pace with increased demand for medical-grade oxygen amid a supply shortage, Cerro Verde donated an oxygen generating plant to Honorio Delgado Regional Hospital in Arequipa, Peru at the end of July.

How Technology Is Helping to Building a Fairer and More Efficient Fishery Supply Chain in Peru

By Simone Pisu, Sustainable Fisheries Trade CEO
Blog

"I want to free myself from those who control the prices of our products." This is what Paco, an artisanal fisherman, told me one of the first times I spoke with him in the Pisco Cove, in southern Peru.

Every day Paco returns late after a long day at work at sea. But every time he arrives at port, he doesn't know how much he’ll receive for his valuable fish or seafood. Despite his hard work, he is often not paid as he deserves. 

Freeport-McMoRan Manages Water Responsibly

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Freeport-McMoRan operates mines, smelters, processing facilities and reclamation projects around the world that require water for metal production or for site rehabilitation. The company’s mining operations are in areas where competition for water supplies is significant. Freeport-McMoRan recognizes that access to safe and clean water and sanitation is a fundamental human right and understands the critical importance of responsible water management.

Cerro Verde, a Freeport-McMoRan Company, Graduates Women Entrepreneurs from the DreamBuilder Program

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July 26, 2019 - More than 300 entrepreneurs from Peru’s Arequipa region recently received their diplomas after finishing the DreamBuilder training program.

Cerro Verde, a Freeport-McMoRan Company, Supports Local Agricultural Businesses

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Sociedad Minera Cerro Verde has an Agricultural Development Program for farmers in the Yarabamba and Uchumayo Districts of Peru that provides services to business owners including education and information on warehouses and greenhouses.

Cerro Verde has model farms and demonstration plots for education. Farmers raise laying hens, ducks, and guinea pigs. Many local farmers also grow culinary herbs and succulents, as well as fruits, potatoes and quinoa.

The Forest Is an Ally, Not an Enemy: Can Peruvian Farms Support Biodiversity?

A new project in Peru is setting out to overcome barriers to growing more trees on farms, to protect biodiversity and help the country meet its nationally determined contributions to reducing greenhouse gas emissions
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by Rob Finlayson

Peru has more than 70 million hectares of tropical forests. However, between 2001 and 2016 the country lost more than 1.9 million hectares largely owing to expansion of agriculture, and the trend continues. Deforestation is responsible for 51% of Peru’s emissions of greenhouse gases.

From Farm to Fork: Strengthening Direct Sales Between Smallholders and Consumers in Cusco, Peru

Researchers say farmers need more help if they are to sell healthy farm products directly to city consumers
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by Michelle Jackson, Environmental Consultant for ICRAF in Peru

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