Voluntary commitments

Sustainable development partnerships

The companies of the Corticeira Amorim group belong to several national and international initiatives and associations and take an active part in meetings on sustainable development in the geographic regions where it operates.

Many of the Company's representatives are part of these initiatives or associations, in order to guarantee a significant and proactive impact of the Group on them.

BCSD Portugal

Business association, with the broadest sectorial representation in Portugal, which is part of the WBCSD - World Business Council for Sustainable Development, the largest international organisation working in the field of ​​sustainable development.

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Smart Waste Portugal - Business Development Network

Non-profit association that aims to contribute to the production and dissemination of knowledge in the area of smart waste; streamlining actions that value cooperation between entities operating in the field of waste; promote and support the activities and projects of its members that contribute to the pursuit of the association’s goals.

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Centro Habitat

Set of companies, municipalities, research and development centres, business associations and other entities that view sustainability as a means of fostering innovation and competitiveness.

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Plataforma Tecnológica del Vino

Platform for all those involved in the research, technological development and innovation of the Spanish wine industry.

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Instituto de Ciência e Inovação para a bio-sustentabilidade

Research unit of the University of Minho, dedicated to the sustainability of the built and natural environment.

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Act4nature Portugal

Business initiative promoted by BCSD Portugal in which participating companies assume common and individual commitments for the conservation of biodiversity and ecosystem services.

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BCSD Portugal’s Letter of Principles

Initiative promoted by BCSD Portugal that establishes the fundamental sustainability commitments that the subscribing companies voluntarily adopt for themselves, that seek to increase their value chain, within the sphere of their influence.

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The Porto Protocol

International foundation, that has hundreds of members, spread across the wine value chain and around the world, whose mission is to build a network of agents of change and viable solutions, in order to ensure that the wine industry's response to the climate emergency is faster and more collaborative and robust.

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Other subjects of Governance

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