Colombia

Colombia works in the fair transition

Colombia wants to strengthen the strategies for long-term climate change management and to allow the inclusion of the workforce fair transition on the Strategy 2050 that establishes low emissions and climate-resilient development of the country. The professions and priority working areas, according to different national and international sources, including the United Nations Framework Convention…


Colombia works to reduce emissions from municipal waste management

Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Action (NAMA) is the tool created to mitigate the effects of climate change in developing countries. One of the projects being developed by Colombia is the NAMA RSM, which aims to analyze waste disposal systems and technologies with greater socioeconomic benefits that could be implemented to reduce greenhouse gases. Anthesis Lavola offers the expertise of the…


Roche develops a model to create added value for its stakeholders

The pharmaceutical company Roche wants to create long-term value for all its stakeholders through its powerful sustainable value creation model. The premise of this model is to create value by providing more moments that make a difference, through diagnostic solutions, treatments and medical devices, promoting access to benefit as many people as possible. Roche is a pioneer in the area of…


Celsia leads the industry process towards sustainable development

Currently, there is a tendency in society and in companies towards a greater commitment in favor of sustainable development. Celsia, an energy company within the Argos Group, with a presence in Colombia, Panama, and Costa Rica, is aware that its activities can have an impact on resources, mainly water. With the aim of setting a trend in the industry and leading the process to minimise its…


A step foward from the Colombian coffee sector to fight against Climate Change

The Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Action (NAMA) for the Coffee sector in Colombia has created an economic and financial model to access climate finance. This NAMA,  funded by the  United Nations Development Program (UNDP) Colombia,  is a joint effort between  the National Federation of Coffee Growers, UNDP,  the Ministry of Environment and Sustainable Development and Lavola. NAMAs are actions…