25 al 29 de julio de 2016 – 9.00 a 18.00 hs.
Aula de Posgrado Facultad de Ciencias Agrarias UNR
Campo Experimental Villarino – Zavala Santa Fe


Los objetivos de este curso son:

  • Proveer una visión sobre el Pensamiento de Ciclo de Vida específicamente en los sitemas agropecuarios.
  • Analizar las metodologías y herramientas del Pensamiento de Ciclo de Vida: Análisis de Ciclo de Vida
  • Proveer herramientas de acción a los profesionales en la formulación de políticas y estrategias para alcanzar el desarrollo sostenible.

Contenidos mínimos

  1. Sustentabilidad ambiental de los sistemas agrícolas y ganaderos. Particularidades regionales. Agroindustrias.
  2. Importancia del Pensamiento de Ciclo de Vida. Cadena de suministro. Análisis de Ciclo de Vida de los productos del sector agroindustrial ISO 14040 / 14044 (2006).
  3. Impactos asociados al sector agroindustrial: uso del suelo, uso del agua, cambio climático, pérdida de la biodiversidad
  4. Aplicaciones: Casos relacionados con la industria regional y su comercialización
  5. Herramientas informáticas específicas

Dra. Ing. Bárbara Civit – UTN FRM/INHAE – CONICET

El curso se lleva a cabo siguiendo el método de aprendizaje por desarrollo de competencias a través de la resolución de casos (learning by doing). Se incluirán las siguientes actividades de clase:

  • Exposiciones
  • Discusiones
  • Ejercicios grupales (cuando corresponda)
  • Prácticas con programas informáticos específicos (cuando corresponda)
  • Evaluaciones individuales/grupales mediante un caso de aplicación

Duración: 40 hs (20 hs de teoría y 20 hs de práctica) intensivo en una semana.

ARANCEL: $1200


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