By David Lobo, Reuters News Bureau/Coronavirus Research CenterThe AgroTech Cooperative (ATC) is one of the world’s first carbon-free cooperative projects, aiming to reduce carbon emissions from agricultural operations by 50 per cent by 2025.
The cooperative, located in the capital, Quito, is the first cooperative project in Ecuador, and is run by a company called Agro Technology Cooperative.
According to its website, the cooperative will use a combination of energy-efficient technology, water conservation and ecological management, and will also create a climate change mitigation zone that will reduce CO2 emissions from the country by 50 to 100 per cent.
In the coming years, ATC hopes to become one of Ecuador’s biggest green tech projects, as the country faces the threat of a wave of severe coronavirus that is ravaging the country’s agricultural sector.
Since 2015, ATCC has been running a number of small, locally owned farms.
Its aim is to help farmers in the country grow more food and reduce their carbon footprints.
In 2017, ATCA signed a cooperative agreement with AgroCooperative, a subsidiary of agro technology company Agro Energy, which was started by local farmers.
Agro Coop was granted a 30-year license to operate in the cooperative, with the aim of improving agriculture through agro-technologies.
In 2018, the cooperatives cooperatives, cooperatives and cooperatives-like-companies were approved to export to the United States, France, Germany and Austria.
In September 2019, ATAC announced that it had secured a 25-year, $30 million license to sell agro tech products in the United Kingdom.
The agreement with ATCC is the culmination of more than three years of negotiations, which have taken place through a number in the US, France and Germany, with ATC and Agrotech co-founders Javi and Juan Guadalupe Guadalucana in the lead.
Javi Guadaluccana, the Agro Tech Cooperative’s CEO, says the cooperativa’s objective is to bring together farmers and agrotechnologists, with a focus on reducing carbon emissions, to create an innovative cooperative project that is environmentally friendly and environmentally friendly.
AgroTechCooperatives goal is to save the planet and to reduce CO₂ emissions, Javi Guadelucana, Agro tech co-founder and CEO of AgroTechnoCooperati, told Reuters.
“I think the agrotechnology is the future, the future of the future.
There are a lot of companies that want to take it over and to sell it to consumers,” he said.”
If you want to sell something in a supermarket, it has to be sustainable.
You can’t have a green label, you can’t say it’s made in Mexico or the Netherlands or something.”
He said that Agro TechnoCoopers products were made in China, India, Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam, which he said are “far away from the climate” in Ecuador.
He added that the cooperative was developing technologies to increase its carbon reduction capacity to be more than 40 per cent in 2020, which is enough to cut its CO♂ emissions by 30 per cent from its current levels.
The AgreTech Cooperative aims to reduce the use of chemicals, fertilizers and pesticides, with an aim to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by up to 50 per one tonne of COℂ emitted by 2030.
“The cooperative has a long term vision to become the world leader in sustainable agriculture.
We are a green technology cooperative,” Guadaluca said.
In the United Arab Emirates, the Cooperativa also announced it was going to invest in green technology and make its own agrotech products, with plans to sell its products in restaurants and other retail outlets.
Javi said that the cooperatis agro technologies will be distributed in the UAE, to help other cooperativas to achieve similar goals.
He said the cooperative is looking forward to having its products sold in restaurants in Dubai, the UAE.
AgroTechnos cooperativos are also looking to build a sustainable business, which Javi said would be able to export products and services to other countries.
A company called EcoVec is also looking for more business partners to support the cooperative’s efforts, which will include developing new products and technologies.
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