Its model of land sustainability is based on previous assessments of environmental impact, respecting legal requirements and local regulations, with the aim of avoiding damaging different ecosystems, respecting and conserving the environment and natural resources.
Likewise, the agricultural potential of land is analysed in relation to soil, climate, crop productivity and available technology, among other factors.
One of its key principles is the innovation and the continuous improvement of practices in order to develop its activities in the most efficient and environmentally friendly way.
As it has been a tradition in Carlos Casado, the greatest integration with the community is sought. The investment and development of land and the subsequent activity boosts prosperity and wellbeing. New direct and indirect services are added to the generation of jobs and demand for qualified labour.
Under the framework of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), Carlos Casado assumes as own the 10 principles of the United Nations Global Compact on human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption, which derive from the Universal Declaration of Human Rights , the Declaration of the International Labour Organisation on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work, the Rio Declaration on Environment and Development and the United Nations Convention against Corruption.
These 10 principles are: