Hay campo para un ecosistema de AgroTech en la región

Hay campo para un ecosistema de AgroTech en la región

Hace unos días nos reuníamos en las oficinas de la incubadora Ingenio con Julián, Emilio y Pablo, dos ingenieros y un veterinario, fundadores de “Sistema Mu” ( www.sistema.-mu.com). Su sistema monitorea la reproducción del ganado vacuno a través de dispositivos electrónicos que se instalan en toros y vacas. Estos recolectan información en tiempo real que le permiten al productor mejorar su índice de procreo y concentrarlo, de forma de ganar eficiencia en el proceso.
jueves, 19 de octubre de 2017/Author: Ana Castillo Leska/Number of views (3438)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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Cumpliendo sueños en Guatemala: Wakami una empresa social y global

Cumpliendo sueños en Guatemala: Wakami una empresa social y global

La incorporación económica de las mujeres es clave para el crecimiento y la equidad de los países en desarrollo. He tenido la oportunidad de ver de manera concreta como este enunciado se ha llevado a la realidad como parte de un innovador modelo de negocios liderado por el sector privado y aquí lo comparto con ustedes.
miércoles, 18 de octubre de 2017/Author: Luis Alejandro Mejia Caniz/Number of views (939)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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lunes, 2 de octubre de 2017/Author: Alejandro Escobar A./Number of views (1245)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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Four countries where spotting birds is protecting biodiversity and increasing incomes

Four countries where spotting birds is protecting biodiversity and increasing incomes

Nestled among towering volcanoes, Guatemala’s Lake Atitlan is often described as one of the world’s most beautiful lakes. Four of the Central American region’s seven biomes meet in the Atitlan region, making it a biodiversity hotspot and a natural “gas station” for migrating birds. But here, as elsewhere in the developing world, a lack of economic opportunities often drives local residents toward activities that devalue local ecosystems for biodiversity and for the people who rely on them for resources. 

lunes, 24 de julio de 2017/Author: FOMIN/Number of views (1860)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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Can supply chains gain competitive advantages by becoming more climate resilient?

Can supply chains gain competitive advantages by becoming more climate resilient?

Blog by Maribel Hernandez, Senior Consultant at Acclimatise, and Svante Persson, Coordinator, PROADAPT/IDB

How can businesses, large and small, make their supply chains more climate resilient and simultaneously become more profitable? Almost any supply chain, but particularly those that are dependent on natural resources, will experience the impacts of a changing climate in all its parts. A recent study by Acclimatise for the IDB’s PROADAPT program, shows that assessing climate change risks and their effects helps businesses better understand their supply chains and strengthen their resilience, and in that process, give them a competitive advantage in the market.

lunes, 17 de julio de 2017/Author: FOMIN/Number of views (1801)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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