Environmental

We develop our operations within a framework of environmental protection, assuming the responsibility of taking care of our planet and preserving its natural resources for the future generations.

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WE PRODUCE BIOETHANOL AND BIOELECTRICITY

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WE PRESERVE OUR SOIL WITH GOOD PRACTICES

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WE GENERATE RENEWABLE ENERGY WITH A BIODIGESTER

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Social

We promote the development of the communities through different initiatives and working jointly with the public sector and social organizations.

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OUR CONTRIBUTION TO THE COMMUNITY

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WE ARE PART OF THE COMMUNITY

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EDUCATION

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Safety

The health and safety of our employees is paramount for the company.

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WE ARE COMITTED TO SAFETY

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DURING THE PANDEMIC WE INTENSIFIED SECURITY MEASURES

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Governance

Independence, transparency and accountability are the pillars of our corporate governance model.

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Corporate Governance

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ETHICS AND COMPLIANCE

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GOVERNANCE

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Reports

We believe that it is possible to develop a more sustainable world with people having better access to healthy foods and efficient renewable energies.

Social

Community Programs and Initiatives

Adecoagro Sustainable Local Development Program

We contribute to the development of the cities where we have the largest number of employees. The axes addressed are:

  • Understanding: monitoring the impact Adecoagro has in the communities it operates in.
  • Strengthening: empowering institutions to improve their management and sustainability.
  • Private social investment: supports significant social projects which meet specific criteria.
  • Territories of Knowledge: trains teachers and creates spaces to stimulate reading in classrooms.

Top Grade School

An initiative within the Adecoagro Sustainable Local Development Program. Our goal is to improve elementary education in public schools in Ivinhema, Angélica, and Novo Horizonte do Sul (Mato Grosso do Sul State). The program has since 2019 invested more than R$ 3.6 million in education.