Protecting our "natural capital": The 'Biodiversity in Good Company' Initiative is a cross-sectorial collaboration of companies that have joined forces to protect and sustainably use our worldwide biological diversity. Through this commitment they contribute to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD). Its aim is to halt the dramatic loss of ecosystems, species and genetic diversity. Read more about the initiative Become a member
A brief documentation of our CBD COP 12 activities is available!read more
On 9 December 2014, the winners of the International Quarry Life Award were honored at a festive award ceremony held in Prague.read more
On the occasion of COP 12, the CBD Global Partnership for Business and Biodiversity held its fourth meeting. Germany was appointed a member of the new Executive Committee.read more
ForestFinance is supporting the WWF biodiversity survey conducted in forest projects around the Orinoco River.read more
More than 100 company representatives from various sectors accepted our invitation to join an exchange of knowledge and experience at our conference in Hamburg on 17 November. read more
The company received the sector leader position for the second year in a row.read more
One of the headline findings is that vertebrate populations around the world have declined by an average of 52% between 1970 and 2010.read more
Please note the English and Japanese website provide some basic information on the initiative. The German website is more comprehensive.
»Forests are home to around two third of all described animal and plant species living on this planet. The protection of these species-rich habitats as well as the long term availability of sustainable grown resources is a strategically important objective of Faber-Castell and one of the biggest future challenges of our generation.«
The question of land and soil is of utmost importance for our future. The new publication provides facts and figures.
The Veolia Foundation supports three new projects in the field of environmental protection and biodiversity
The Zoological Society of London (ZSL) has published a new tool to improve transparency as regards palm oil.
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