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Thinking outside of the box, Jacek came up with an idea to reduce rinsing time on the brick margarine production line at our edible oils plant by combining two sequences (line and pasteurizer) into one process. By installing additional valves and modifying the line’s control system, he shortened the rinsing cycle by one hour – which translates to 90 hours of extended availability of the line – increasing our plant’s annual brick margarine production capacity by over 300 tons to help us better serve customers Learn More

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When Juan joined Bunge as a junior professional in the Fertilizer Marketing and Development department, his team was tasked with innovating the SolMIX brand, distinguishing this fertilizer from generic fertilizer ingredient products in Argentina. One of his first challenges was to research the inclusion of micronutrients into liquid fertilizers, in anticipation of farmers’ needs. One year later, SolMIX zinc was successfully introduced to the market, receiving the industry’s 2011 Technological Innovation Award and laying the foundation for Bunge innovation in fertilizer for years to come

Yinrong’s primary strategic goal was to put in place an electronic traceability system as required by the China Food and Drug Administration (CFDA). By continuously communicating with software engineers at the soybean crushing plant we manage, and counterparts at the CFDA, Yinrong was able to develop a best-in-class system that went live on time, and met 100% of the CFDA’s requirements. Today, Bunge’s traceability system is considered one of the best in Taizhou, providing our customers confirmation of the quality of ingredients made by Bunge

As a member of Bunge’s Treasury team, Pratik makes sure Bunge has capital to conduct all of its businesses. He manages our relationships with banks so we have access to liquidity and choices when seeking the right fit to fund transactions. Pratik has worked on everything from the valuation of Loders Croklaan and innovative financing for our Sugar & Bioenergy business, to public debt issuance and bank financing for our G3 joint venture, enabling Bunge to build its Canada presence in a capital-efficient way

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Teamwork is a vital part of Liz Cotton’s job. Day to day, Liz Cotton deals with a variety of human resources matters including employee relations, performance management, training and development, coaching and more. When the St. Louis team relocated to its new North American headquarters, Liz’s extraordinary teamwork and can-do approach were put on display. She organized the internal change network, supported the IT installation team and coordinated with the movers to ensure a seamless transition for her 500 colleagues

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C. Roberto Mechoso (Co-Chair, U. California, Los Angeles, USA), Pedro Silva Dias (Co-Chair, U. Sao Paulo, Brazil), Walter Baethgen (INIA, Uruguay), Vicente Barros (U. Buenos Aires, Argentina), E. Hugo Berbery (U. Maryland, USA), Robin Clarke (U. Federal Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil), Heidi Cullen (IRI, USA), Carlos Ereño (CLIVAR International Project Office), Benjamin Grassi (Universidad Nacional de Asunción, Paraguay), Dennis Lettenmaier (University of Washington, USA).

4. Variability of the Basin's Climate 4.1 Mesoscale variability and the diurnal cycle 4.2 Synoptic scale variability 4.3 Intraseasonal variability 4.4 Interannual variability 4.5 Decadal variability and trends

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10. Application of Climate Forecasts:Case Studies 10.1 Application of Climate Forecasts to Water Resource Management: a case study of Itaipu 10.2 Application of Climate Forecasts to Agriculture: a case study of Uruguay 10.3 Application of Climate Forecasts to Urbanization: a case study of Buenos Aires

13. Outline of an Implementation Plan 13.1 Enhancement climate and hydrology monitoring 13.2 Development of a data center in the region 13.3 Development of regional climate and hydrological predication centers in the basin 13.4. Development of a system for information distribution

Four countries in the Basin, Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay, and Paraguay, currently operate as an economic common market (MERCOSUR).  This is a major effort toward a closer integration of their economies. Regional governments are using the framework of MERCOSUR to develop common socioeconomic policies.The scientific community is also starting to establish regional collaborative research activities in the framework of MERCOSUR. The present time, therefore, is especially auspicious for establishing an international program on the climatology and hydrology of the Plata Basin. 

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The WMO/WCRP CLIVAR panel on the Variability of American Monsoon Systems (VAMOS) has found general consensus on the region's readiness to embark on and support collaborative research on the Plata Basin's climate/hydrology. This readiness is primarily due to an enhanced awareness of the impact that climate variations can have on water resource management, energy production, agriculture and health. Improved prediction can potentially result in large economic and social benefits to the region.

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