On 15 March 2016, almost 150 representatives of companies, leading business associations, nature conservation organizations, government and authorities, academia and civil society gathered in Berlin for the 6th German Business Dialogue Forum 2016 on Biological Diversity.
Supported by Hugo Boss, the report aims at providing a better understanding of the relationship between the apparel sector's complex value chains and biodiversity.
Although most insect pollinators have not been assessed at a global level, regional and national assessments indicate high levels of threat, particularly for bees and butterflies - with often more than 40 per cent of invertebrate species threatened locally.
HiPP was honoured as an outstanding enterprise for its EMAS (Eco-Management and Audit Scheme) environmental management system. Among other things, the company was awarded for being engaged in dialogues with numerous initiatives and associations, including 'Biodiversity in Good Company'
HeidelbergCement's call for proposals for promoting odiversity in quarries even more successful than last year
The MIDORI Prize for Biodiversity is one of the most important prizes for individuals who have made outstanding contributions to biodiversity.
Saraya is the winner of the ‘Eco Mark Award 2015’ held by the Japan Environment Association (JEA). The Gold Prize recognises Saraya’s commitment to producing and promoting environmentally friendly products.
The "Wild beech" project is an innovative approach for protecing forests - everyone can participate.
With a strong 592 – 52 vote, the European Parliament adopted on 2 Feb 2016 a report on the mid-term review of the EU Biodiversity strategy.
The Bank had set up a Natural Capital Study Group in April 2013. Now the report on what methods and procedures should be adopted in Japan to take natural capital into account when conducting economic activities was published.