Register now for the third RedBioLAC Webinar on 12th June 2019

The upcoming third webinar of our partners RedbioLAC conceptualizes the contribution of biogas to the consolidation of the goal to reduce carbon emissions through Brazil’s ABC Plan. This plan aims to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions by promoting emission mitigating technologies, for example treatment of animal waste and the use of Biodigesters.

The ABC Plan is an integral part of Brazil’s nationally determined contribution to reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 37% by 2025 and 43% by 2030.

Through the Plan, the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply (MAPA) promotes the adoption of emission mitigating technologies, such as the treatment of animal waste.

In this webinar it will be possible to contextualize the ABC Plan and detail the Brazilian strategy to expand the treatment of animal waste through biodigestion.

Register here for the webinar: Register now! (The Webinar will be in Spanish only!)

More informations: RedBioLAC

Original in Spanish:

Los biodigestores en el Plano de Agricultura de Bajo Carbono de Brasil

Contribución del biogás para la consolidación de las metas de disminuir la emisión de carbono por medio del Plan ABC de Brasil

Ciclo de foros virtuales: Gestión sustentable de residuos orgánicos agrícolas y urbanos mediante la innovación tecnológica del biodigestor

El Plan ABC es parte integrante de la contribución nacionalmente determinada brasileña de reducción de la emisión del 37% de los gases de efecto invernadero hasta 2025 y 43% para 2030.

A través del Plan, el Ministerio de Agricultura, Ganadería y Abastecimiento (MAPA) fomenta la adopción de tecnologías mitigadoras de emisiones, a ejemplo del tratamiento de desechos animales.

En ese webinar será posible contextualizar el Plan ABC y detallar la estrategia brasileña para ampliar el tratamiento de desechos animales a través de la biodigestión.

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