The Brazilian Sugarcane Industry Association (UNICA) developed this web site to serve as a global information hub on sugarcane products and their economic, environmental and social benefits around the world. holds the potential to be a key building block of because of its and potential to – benefits Brazil has been enjoying for the past 30 years.
Recent Press Releases
- Commission's biofuel sustainability criteria shows commitment but fails to provide clear guidance for industry
- BRUSSELS, June 10, 2010 - Brazilian sugarcane ethanol industry calls for increased clarity around biofuels sustainability rules as industry moves forward with certification scheme
- More Than 23,000 Trees Planted in Brazil to Offset Emissions of IZOD IndyCar Season Opener
- SAO PAULO, May 28, 2010 - All carbon emissions connected with the opening race of the 2010 IZOD IndyCar Series season – the São Paulo 300, held on a street course in Brazil’s largest city on March 14, will be compensated by more than 23,580 trees planted at the largest sugarcane processing mill in the world. The trees were planted based on a study by an independent consultancy, which quantified emissions produced by the São Paulo race and estimated the number of trees needed to offset those emissions.