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Tradecorp decreases the use of plastic in its packaging, reducing 115,000 kg per year of its CO2 emissions  

Tradecorp, a Rovensa company specialized in micronutrients and speciality fertilisers, eliminating the use of 35,000 kg of polyethylene per year, which corresponds to the emission of 115,000 kg of CO2 emissions per year.  

Tradecorp, producing more with less  

Farm to Fork is a strategy promoted by the European Union which aims to respond to the challenges of finding sustainable food systems and understands that there is a close relationship between healthy people, healthy societies and a healthy planet (The keys to “Farm to Fork”: an ambitious joint commitment to sustainability). 

Climate change and drought: their impact on the environment

The consequences of climate change are obvious and are particularly visible in agriculture. One of the most noticeable effects are extreme weather events and drought, especially in southern regions of our planet. 

Climate change threat to tea cultivation

Tea, made from the Camellia Sinesis plant, is one of the world’s oldest and most widely consumed beverages, second only to water.

Biostimulation, from novel technology to a must in agriculture

In recent years climate change has gone from being a probability to becoming a reality that determines, for better or worse, our daily lives.

The keys to “Farm to Fork”: an ambitious joint commitment to sustainability

Sustainability is a concept which has taken root in political, business and social objectives and initiatives in recent years.

71.5 million hectares of organic production around the world

Australia, Argentina and China have the largest number of hectares used for organic crops Organic production around the world is experiencing sustained growth, especially in the second decade of the 21st century.

International Day of Rural Women: one third of the world’s population calls for empowerment

On 15 October, the International Day of Rural Women, it is worth remembering the global figures for this group. According to the UN, it represents a third of the world’s population. According to the FAO, it constitutes 40% of the workforce in developing countries, 20% in Latin America and over 50% in Africa and Asia.