HeidelbergCement invites researchers, students and citizens to submit biodiversity projects in its quarries around the world.
The aim of this scientific and educational contest is to raise awareness of the organic value of mining sites and share new best practices with the scientific community, NGOs, authorities and our operating units.
Over 300 proposals were submitted by participants to enter the 4th edition.
The research phase of the fourth QLA edition has started with nature enthusiasts undertaking over 110 projects at quarries across 25 participating countries. Many participants visited "their" quarry for the first time and will update you with their blogs about the research.
Let's celebrate! On the occasion of the sixth year anniversary, HeidelbergCement and BirdLife International have published a brochure highlighting the successes of their partnership.
Many people from all over the world want to boost biodiversity with their ideas: 317 proposals were submitted for the 4th edition of the Quarry Life Award.