The Brazilian Institute Nod3 is a non-profit social organization whose mission is to develop, select, organize and promote projects and initiatives that contribute to the sustainable development of society. Created in 2020 by professionals with recognized performance in their areas of knowledge, the Brazilian Institute Nod3 was born as a Reference Center in education, planning/execution of projects, research, and coordination to assist social, educational institutions, private enterprise, governments, and the society in the search for solutions to today’s socio-environmental dilemmas.
The work methodology of the Instituto Brasileiro Nod3 considers the different contexts in which it operates, using tools of technology, education, communication, and mechanisms of engagement of interested parties, which provide a consistent final delivery in line with the Development Goals Sustainable Development and the 2030 Agenda promoted by the UN (United Nations).
We develop projects and studies for all types of organizations within the most rigorous quality standards, based on technical standards and current legislation.
Our team is composed of professionals such as engineers, specialists, masters, and doctors with extensive experience in the environmental and organizational areas.
We take into account the reality and financial capacity of our customers, we propose viable and most appropriate solutions for each type of company regardless of its size.
We offer our customers innovative and creative organizational and environmental solutions for the services of:
Our technical advisory model proposes the integration of sustainable and organizational practices in all of its activities and operational processes.
To guarantee this model, we believe that the values of ethics, honesty, respect, seriousness, transparency, and technical and socio-environmental responsibility are essential for the performance of a reliable job.
The bioeconomy is a real and immediate opportunity for the economic and social advancement of Brazil. Today, the sector already moves more than $ 2 trillion globally and its activities are at the heart of at least half of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), from food security to ensuring access to energy and health.
Its development must consider the interests of Brazilian civil society in alignment with the aspirations of the business, academia, and Brazilian government sectors, always guided by respect for food security, preservation of the environment, and human health, in addition to promoting the legality of the national industry compared to the global market.
Innovative bioeconomy solutions, especially those resulting from the use of industrial biotechnology, provide a vital contribution in the transition from current unsustainable practices, to renewable industrial systems – the circular and bio-based economy – combining innovation and the solution of major global challenges.
It improves competitiveness and industrial productivity by up to 40%, increasing efficiency and decreasing the use of fossil raw materials, natural resources, and the number of manufacturing processes.
. It accelerates the transition from a non-renewable industry to a circular, restorative and regenerative economy, avoiding emissions of up to 2.5 billion tons of CO2 per year.
It provides energy security with the use of cellulosic ethanol as a clean alternative for urban transport, reducing the import of more than 130 billion liters of gasoline in the next 10 years.
It contributes significantly to food security and low carbon future, reducing the amount of land needed to replace 10% of world gasoline with advanced biofuels by 60%.
Enables biorefineries and the production of bioproducts that can replace the use of petrochemicals by 25% in the next 10 years alone, maximizing added value and transforming sustainable industrial production.
It replaces traditional chemicals in the production of food and beverages, causing less impact on natural flavors and colors, resulting in the reduction of harmful residues and the use of energy in its processes.
It stimulates the reindustrialization and the valorization of rural activities, by combining the inverted rise of agribusiness with the advanced vanguard technologies, paving the transition to a bioeconomy.
Environmental Education, undoubtedly, has efficient transforming power, when applied appropriately and attractive to its purpose. This is how the 4D Cinema Environmental Education Project consists of: combining education with art, in a playful, technological and itinerant way, producing knowledge and awareness through the sensitization and fun of its target audience, children, youth, and even the whole family.
With different styles, functions, and resources, our question-and-answer puzzle is an excellent tool for those who want to test their environmental knowledge, study or simply spend time in a fun and educational way.