05 maio 21

Seminar of the Università del Caffè Brazil “Carbon credits market: a global vision”

 April, 27, 2021, from 10h00 to 11h30 (Brazilian Standard Time BST)!

The recording of the webinar “Carbon credits market: a global view” is available at the link:


Four studies were presented and discussed, they are:

    • Samuel Ribeiro Giordano
    • Marco Antônio Fujihara
    • Konstantinos Karantininis
  • STATE OF ART ABOUT METHODS OF MEASURING SOIL CARBON STOCKS: Agriculture in general and coffee production
    • Carlos Eduardo Cerri


The debate had simultaneous translation (Portuguese – English)

The eBook of Cadernos da Universidade do Café (Vol 11 – 2021) is available in English on:

PDF- http://universidadedocafe.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/Cadernos-UdC-2021-1.pdf

ePUB –https://www.dropbox.com/s/b4a68v8ui8azzwx/cadernos-cafe_wip.epub?dl=0 

MOBI –https://www.dropbox.com/s/kdrtxf3jdfgmtq8/cadernos-cafe_v01.mobi?dl=0



Carlos Eduardo Pellegrino Cerri

Carlos Eduardo Pellegrino Cerri is a professor at Luiz de Queiroz College of Agriculture from the University of São Paulo, where he teaches for undergraduate and graduate students. He worked three years for an international project funded by the Global Environment Facility, part of the United Nations Environment Programme. His main lines of research are related to soil organic matter dynamics in tropical regions, greenhouse gas emissions in agriculture, mathematical modeling applied to soil science, soil properties spatial variability and global climate change. He is an advisor to the numerous national and international foundations and organizations, as well as national governments. He has published 1 edited book, 35 book chapters, and more than 170 scientific papers in peer-reviewed journals and edited volumes. Presently, Vice President of the Graduate Program, Vice Dean of the Soil Science Department, Member of the International Affair Committee, Member of the Scholarship Committee and Member of the Advisory Commission at all of them at Luiz de Queiroz Agricultural School University of São Paulo. He is affiliated member of the Brazilian Academy of Science, Brazilian Society of Soil Science, International Humic Substances Society, Soil Science Society of America, American Society of Agronomy e Crop Science Society of America.


Konstantinos Karantininis

Konstantinos (Kostas) Karantininis is an agricultural economist, professor at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) at Alnarp, Sweden. He was previously Van Vliet Chair Professor at the University of Saskatchewan, Canada, and Professor at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark; Assistant professor at the Panteion University of Athens, Greece, and researcher at Wageningen University, The Netherlands, and visiting scholar at UC Berkeley, USA. He holds a BA in law and economics from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and MSC and PhD from the University of Saskatchewan, Canada. He has published in international peer reviewed journals and supervised numerous PhD and MSc dissertations in Europe and Africa. His research and teaching is on domestic and international sustainable agri-food industries and value chains, cooperatives, agricultural policy, international trade, economic development, industrial organization, institutional economics and econometrics; in The European Union, North America, and Sub-Saharan Africa.


Marco Antônio Fujihara

Marco Antônio Fujihara is agronomist, with over 35 years of experience in the agricultural and forestry sector, he develops business qualification projects in the parameters recommended by Kyoto and in the Paris agreements since 1998 for the energy and forest-based sectors. IPCC from 2002 to 2009 as reviewer of WG2, Board Member in CDP – Carbon Disclosure Project, Board Member CIF – Climate Investment Fund (World Bank and MDB) and Key man of the Brazil Sustainability Fund of the Clean Development Program of BNDES and Performa / Key – Technological Innovation for Sustainability. Currently working with the World Economic Forum on payment for environmental services in Brazil.


Samuel Ribeiro Giordano

Prof. Samuel Ribeiro Giordano currently works at the PENSA-Agribusiness Knowledge Center, University of São Paulo and is Executive Director of the Università del caffè Brazil and Full professor UDC Trieste. He has a PhD in Sciences, at Geography School of University of São Paulo and Post Doctoral Studies in Business and Sustainability at Business School of University of São Paulo. He has a Post-Laurea Certificate in Engineering of Renewable Energy Sources at University Carlo Bó, Urbino Italy. Prof. Giordano is Fellow of the Lead Program-Leadership for Environment and Development sponsored by the Rockefeller Foundation and has been working with sustainability and coordination of Agrichains for the last 35 years.


Team of Università del Caffè Brazil

Decio Zylbersztajn – Founder and Chairman of the Board of PENSA. Full Professor at the School of Economics, Business and Accounting of the University of São Paulo (FEA/USP). Ph.D. in economics at the North Carolina State University, Master of Science in Agricultural Economics at the ESALQ/USP. Graduation in Agricultural Engineering at ESALQ/USP.

Samuel Ribeiro Giordano – Post Doctor in Business Administration at FEA/USP. Ph.D. in Human Geography at USP.  Post Laurea in Engineering of Renewable Energy Sources at the University Carlo Bó, Urbino-Italy. Graduation in Agricultural Engineering at Luiz de Queiroz Agricultural School University of São Paulo. Senior Researcher and Professor at PENSA. Full Professor of Università del Caffé.

Christiane Leles Rezende De Vita – PhD in Business Administration at FEA/USP. Master of Science in Applied Human Nutrition (PRONUT)/USP. Graduation in Agricultural Engineering at School of Agronomy – Federal University of Goiás. Senior Researcher and professor at PENSA. Full Professor of Università del Caffé.

More Information:  pensa@pensa.org.br   Free registration.

Realization: Università del Caffè Brazil, illycaffè, PENSA, FIA-Business Administration Foundation and FEA-Business School University of São Paulo.


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