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Transcript of WINE IMPACT
• Wine Production
• Wine Impact
• Wine Impact on Environment
• Sustainability & Ethical
• Q & A
A fermented, alcoholic, beverage made from fresh grapes or grape must
• Sustainable farming, organic farming,
Biodynamic farming, and integrated pest management
Impact on Environment
Possible adverse effects caused by a development, industrial, or infrastructural project or by the release of a substance in the environment.
WINE IMPACT ON ENVIRONMENT,
SUSTAINABILITY & ETHICALITY
Angel Lai Yin Cheng
Chin Joon Ming
Niki Tan Yuen Lyin
Soh Jing En
Tan Shin Yii
Wine production is an annual event that spans the globe, resulting in numerous varieties to choose from.
Regardless of location (e.g., France, Italy, United States), the winemaking process remains the same.
Life Cycle of Wine :-
• Wine Industry
• Wine Tourism
• Other Grape Products
• Total Taxes Paid
• French Paradox
• Benefit of moderate wine consumption
• Waste Management
Environmental Management System
• Major contributor to use of fossil fuels, water pollution, global warming potential, and ozone depletion.
• Work of planting and maintaining the vineyard
• Major source of potential acid rain production, and a smaller but still significant source of other types of pollution.
• Owing to the emissions of CO2, or SO2
• Effective treatment of their wastewater
• Minimization of solid waste disposal
• Maximization of their reuse potential
• Reduced electricity, fuel and water consumption
• Reduced emissions and discharges to the environment
• Reduced packaging waste production
• Reduced chemicals use
• Compliance with the relevant environmental legislation in all sectors.
• Lighter weight glass could shave around 15% off the carbon of the product
• Most significant emission source in the lifecycle emissions of a wine product.
• Large amount of fertilizer and water
• Recycling of wine bottles
• Untreated wastewater from vineyard and winery use
Principles of Sustainable Production
• Products are designed to be safe and ecological
• Wastes and byproducts are reduced, eliminated or recycled
• Chemical substances that hazards to human health or the environment are eliminated.
• Energy and materials are conserved, and desired used.
• Work places and technologies are designed to minimize or eliminate chemical, ergonomic and physical hazards.
• Security and well-being of all employees is a priority
• Communities around workplaces are respected and enhanced
• Long-term economic viability of the enterprise
• Threatened by the removal of trees & degradation of watersheds
• Caused by clearing for agriculture
• Conservation and management of forest resources
• Highland degradation
• to raise farm productivity using low-cost technologies, and to reduce population pressure
• Sustainable forest management
• Uses composted grape pomace, to increase soil fertility.
• Plants cover crops to naturally replenish the soil with nitrogen and increase diversity of flora and fauna while preventing erosion.
• A subset of business ethic that is meant to ensure that the production function or activities are not damaging to the consumer or the society.
If you knew an unethical company,
would YOU still support it?
• Production worth mentioning:
• Technological advancements
• Defective services and products
• Animal or human testing
• Transactions between the organization and the environment
• Agricultural company
• Infamous for unfairly suing farmers
• Creator of the highly poisonous herbicide
• Kala Dera - a village in India
• An overexploited groundwater area and difficulty in accessing to water
1) Monsanto Co.