Ambipar's sustainability director, Onara Lima, was one of the speakers at the event

By Writing Team and Onara Oliveira de Lima
Posted in November 26, 2020

Ambipar sponsored the 6th Sustainability Award held on November 24, at 9:30 am, by Setcesp. Some guests attended the event in person at the Hotel Transamérica, in São Paulo, following all the protocols for safety against the coronavirus. The interested public also had the opportunity to follow everything through live transmission on the YouTube channel of Setcesp. The award took place in a hybrid way to avoid agglomerations.

Ambipar’s sustainability director, Onara Lima, was one of the speakers at the event. She explained about the ESG (Environmental, Social, Governance) indexes that is the subject of the moment in the investment world. In addition, Onara spoke about Ambipar’s core busissness, all actions aimed at ESG and presented the awareness campaign “Go Ethanol”, which encourages the whole society to use alcohol as a fuel to reduce CO² emissions in the atmosphere.

For Ambipar, the event has great relevance, since the projects demonstrate the companies’ care for the environment. “Ambipar is a leader in environmental management in Brazil and is aligned with the ESG indices. The Sustainability Award is an extremely important event that further reinforces our concern for the environment and future generations ”, says Guilherme Borlenghi, Ambipar Response’s CEO.

The theme of this year’s 6th Sustainability Award was “Deliver a new world for the future now”, aiming to recognize and disseminate the good sustainable practices carried out by companies in the road cargo transportation sector. The event had four categories:

  • Social responsability
  • Environmental responsibility
  • Sustainable Economic Management
  • Responsibility in Road and Work Safety.

There were 30 projects participating in the 6th Setecesp Sustainability Award. The winning companies took a check for 15 thousand reais each. The event is available on Setcesp’s YouTube for those who were unable to follow.