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Mexico's national bird © Marc Jones

New study reveals nesting secrets of Golden Eagle

Thu, 15/09/2016
New tracking project reveals crucial information for the conservation of Mexico’s national bird, including five new breeding territories near a quarry in Sonora. The majestic predator loves places that are hard to reach.

Nature laws, farming, food and invasive alien...

Tue, 12/01/2016
Corporations and conservationists can speak a common language.
On the second day of Christmas my true love sent to me: Turtle-dove is the UK's fastest-declining bird, now Vulnerable, and needs support from projects like this. Photo: Andy Hay

Second day of Christmas brings Turtle-doves to...

Tue, 22/12/2015
We are delighted to report that Turtle-doves have been found at two quarry projects, including three juveniles, so it is very likely that they were born on a CEMEX site this year thanks to a partnership with CEMEX and the RSPB.

CEMEX commits to long-term nature conservation...

Thu, 05/03/2015
BirdLife continue to work with CEMEX to better understand Golden Eagle in Mexico, protect Turtle Dove along their flyway and safeguard Rhinoceros Iguana in the Dominican Republic.

Local benefits for wildlife through BirdLife-...

Wed, 05/11/2014
With Golden Eagle surveying in Mexico, plans to protect dry forest in the Dominican Republic, Red-billed Chough nesting in a UK quarry, and the renewal of the national partnership in France; this update gives some examples from the CEMEX-BirdLife global partnership this year where the process of undertaking a Biodiversity Action Plan at a site is proving to be good for nature as well as business.

Rules, business and the environment: CEMEX and...

Fri, 30/05/2014

On May 27, in the presence of EU Environment Commissioner

Sand Martins return to CEMEX quarry homes

Wed, 09/04/2014
As spring arrives Sand Martins are making their way from sub Saharan Africa to the UK in their annual migratory journey. Thanks to efforts beginning last year in the 2013 Sand Martin Awareness campaign, this year they will be returning to CEMEX quarry sites that have been specially prepared for their arrival.
CEMEX quarry in Spain sets example for biodiversity action. Photo: Jonathan Rodriguez

Business partnership wins industry recognition

Wed, 11/12/2013
BirdLife and CEMEX’s actions to protect and enhance biodiversity are outstanding examples for aggregates industry

CEMEX and BirdLife launch new shared vision for...

Thu, 27/06/2013
CEMEX celebrated its partnership with BirdLife International at the BirdLife World Congress in Ottawa, Canada, with the launch of a new publication: The CEMEX approach to Biodiversity Conservation.

BirdLife International World Congress Sponsors

Thu, 20/06/2013
BirdLife International greatly appreciates the support that has made World Congress possible.

From the sands of the Sahara to the sands of...

Wed, 10/04/2013
Sand Martins make an amazing journey every winter from the Sahara to the UK to breed in piles of sand. This year, every CEMEX UK quarry will be creating the sheer banks of sand that Sand Martins love to make their homes in, as part of the CEMEX-BirdLife International partnership.

Surprise Spoon-billed Sandpiper sighting at...

Mon, 25/03/2013
Sighting of Critically Endangered bird underlines the global importance of Teluk Air Tawar-Kuala Muda coast IBA, and the benefits of CEMEX's new support of MNS's efforts to conserve the site...

CEMEX teams-up with Malaysian Nature Society to...

Wed, 06/02/2013
A new stage in the CEMEX-BirdLife relationship as CEMEX Malaysia and Malaysian Nature Society formalise partnership to conserve nature.

Business acting for biodiversity: CEMEX and...

Wed, 19/12/2012
Conservation work begins at pilot quarry sites worldwide by multi-national cement and aggregates company, CEMEX, in partnership with BirdLife International and its Partners.

CEMEX and BirdLife complete groundbreaking study...

Mon, 18/10/2010
CEMEX has announced the results of a comprehensive scoping study on the biodiversity status of its operations worldwide undertaken in conjunction with BirdLife International, as part of a ten-year global partnership signed in 2007.

The business of biodiversity conservation

Fri, 23/07/2010
“Consideration of sustainability must become mainstream in all sectors of society. I think we are now starting to see a growing trend towards business reputations, best practices and the economic bottom line being linked to how effectively they incorporate biodiversity into their agendas.”