Economic Development 

“Global awareness of a Cultures uniqueness increases interest in that country…and its culture. That interest can be the “tip of the spear” for economic development programs, stimulating in-bound investment- including tourism, infrastructure improvement and technology implementation - while providing opportunities to develop and increase market sector productivity for out-bound Trade. This, in-turn, provides solutions to problems while elevating living standards, providing jobs and creating future growth.” 

 

Glenn A. Stinebaugh, CPI Media/Cultural Productions International

Cultural Productions International works with its sister-organization, Integrated Natural Resources (INR) to develop and implement economic development initiatives.

 

The CPI/Integrated Natural Resources™ collaboration provides end-to-end solutions by utilizing the inherent experience and knowledge of its management, technical and scientific teams, as well as, a broad portfolio of technologies.  As an illustration of this philosophy, expressed in agriculture, CPI/INR evaluates and analyzes soil and water in agricultural locations through advanced soil and water analysis technology, implements necessary soil microbial and plant endophyte technologies and recommends/implements advanced, newly-developed micronutrient technologies. When appropriate, INR will evaluate power/energy requirements and will explore the use of renewable energy (solar, back-up and storage technologies) to power some or all its operations. Additionally, best-in-class technologies and methodologies which manage, save, treat and enhance water, and the efficiency of its usage, will be considered in all initiatives and operations.

 

In Peru, CPI/INR is working with in-country organizations to develop “sustainable” and environmentally sound programs and initiatives addressing issues such as water usage and conservation, “seed-to-table” educational programs, implementation of precision agriculture techniques and technologies and expansion of the specialty crop market sector.

     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

INTEGRATED NATURAL RESOURCES™ and CPI MEDIA™

In Association with AMV & ASSOCIADOS S.A.C

 are Proud to Present:

 

CUMBRE DE LOS SENTIDOS -A Summit of the Senses!

An Economic Development Event

 

Lima, Peru

March 21 -24 2019

 

 Natural Resource Management for Agriculture- From Seed to Table

 

Addressing Topics Such as Water Usage and Conservation, Precision Farming, Organic Methodologies and Evolving Technologies, Marketing, Nutrition and Gastronomy

 

SENTIDOS = SENSES - sight, hearing, smell, touch, taste; the path that is taken, A NEW DIRECTION

 

Be part of “a New Direction” for Peru as INR/CPI in conjunction with Le Cordon Bleu School of Peru and Club Empasario of Lima present an in-depth international Program featuring Scientists, Technicians and Business Professionals addressing topics such as precision and organic farming, water use and conservation, specialty crop production and expansion, agricultural export and regulations, tourism development and international promotion for Peru, her People and Products!

 

DATES: Thursday 21st March 2019 to Sunday 24th March 2019 (Friday 22nd March 2019 is the International World Water Day) http://worldwaterday.org/

 

LOCATION: Lima, Peru

Integrated Natural Resources™ (INR), provides Resource Leadership through technology development and

                                deployment, and a multi-dimensional approach to managing natural resources, through responsible planning,

                                development and reclamation.

 

                               What is Integrated Natural Resource Management?

                                Natural resource management refers to the management of natural resources such as agricultural land, water, soil,

                                         plants and animals, with a focus on  how management affects the quality of life for both present and future

                                generations (stewardship).

     

Natural resource management deals with managing the way in which people and natural landscapes interact. It brings together land use planning, water management, biodiversity conservation, and the future sustainability of industries like agriculture, mining, tourism, fisheries and forestry.

 

It recognizes that people and their livelihoods rely on the health and productivity of our landscapes, and their actions as stewards of the land play a critical role in maintaining this health and productivity.

 

Natural resource management specifically focuses on a scientific and technical understanding of resources and ecology and the life-supporting capacity of those resources.  Environmental management is also similar to natural resource management.  In academic contexts, the sociology of natural resources is closely related to, but distinct from, natural resource management.

 

These challenges suggest that we need a new way to think about natural resources — a change in mind-set from simply managing resources to practicing resource leadership. Resource producers have always been constrained by their view that the primary goods they sell are commodities with which they compete on the basis of price alone; their customers determine how they should be used. That approach, however, has led producers to the status quo: a largely reactive position with a short time horizon, and little opportunity to make long-term investment decisions or differentiate themselves from their competitors.

Resource leadership, in contrast, entails thinking strategically about natural resources from before they are extracted from the earth through their end use. Unfortunately, this form of leadership is rare in all too many industries. It involves the ability to see the complex interdependencies of the natural resources system; to engage key stakeholders upstream, downstream, and across sectors; and to promote innovation with economic and ecological benefits within the resource system. Resource leadership represents a shift from short-term thinking to stewarding resources for the long term.

Integrated Natural Resources™ (INR) embraces this new model. As a resource producer at the beginning of the value chain, INR can contribute solutions and expertise — culled from working directly with these resources at the earliest stages — in collaborating with its partners to find cost savings, reduce waste, and improve service.  Proper resource management also lessens the impact of production on the environment, by helping all users, starting at the source, operate more effectively, with better technologies and less waste.

 

Integrated Natural Resources™ is positioned to be a leader in natural resource management in market sectors such as agriculture, mining, forest plantation development and management and sustainable economic development, providing “end-to-end” sustainable technological and human solutions, remediation and job creation.

 

Integrated Natural Resources™ will provide end-to-end solutions in its operations by utilizing the inherent experience and knowledge of its management, technical and scientific team, as well as, a broad portfolio of technologies.  As an illustration of this philosophy, expressed in agriculture, on the “front end” INR will evaluate and analyze soil and water in agricultural locations through advanced soil and water analysis technology, implement necessary soil microbial and plant endophyte technologies and recommend/implement advanced, newly-developed micronutrient technologies. When appropriate, INR will evaluate power/energy requirements and will explore the use of renewable energy (solar, back-up and storage technologies) to power some or all its operations. Additionally, best-in-class technologies and methodologies which manage, save, treat and enhance water, and the efficiency of its usage, will be considered in all initiatives and operations.

 

On the “back-end” INR employs methodologies, technologies and techniques to remediate soil, mine tailings and/or groundwater on mining sites, while creating jobs and economic development in a “post-mining” environment. 

 

INR works with communities, states and governments to develop comprehensive research, project development and technologies/technology applications for implementation in identified geographic areas in market sectors such as mining/mining technologies, water management, lumber and forestry management and agriculture, with a focus in each case on sustainable economic development, the deployment of best-in-class technologies, and remediation.