Dr Nicola Kimm, Chief Sustainability Officer and Member of the Managing Board of Heidelberg Materials, and Martin Harper, CEO of BirdLife international, signed the memorandum of understandingDr Nicola Kimm, Chief Sustainability Officer and Member of the Managing Board of Heidelberg Materials, and Martin Harper, CEO of BirdLife international, signed the memorandum of understanding
  • Heidelberg Materials and BirdLife International Pledge Three More Years of Cooperation for Quarry Biodiversity

Heidelberg, Germany — Heidelberg Materials said Tuesday it renewed its partnership with BirdLife International, the world’s most extensive nature conservation network.

This extension marks a continued commitment to biodiversity enhancement around its quarries, strengthening a collaboration that has been fruitful since 2011.

Since the inception of this partnership, Heidelberg Materials and BirdLife International have embarked on a mission to improve biodiversity, particularly in areas surrounding the company’s quarries. This initiative has led to the successful launch of over 40 global biodiversity projects, showcasing a shared commitment to minimizing environmental impacts and promoting best practices in biodiversity management.

The newly signed memorandum of understanding sets a solid framework for the next three years, promising continued efforts and long-term collaboration between the two organizations. Heidelberg Materials remains dedicated to its role in environmental stewardship, working hand in hand with BirdLife International and its national partners to foster a harmonious balance between industrial activity and nature conservation.

By Lisa Luckas

Lisa Luckas is a Sr. Business News Editor at Nobot.News.

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