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Business Partnerships

BirdLife encourages strategic engagements and sponsorships with Companies that can provide support to our Conservation Programmes and projects 

Each of our corporate partners must fullfil a rigorous due diligence process to ensure that our respective goals are aligned and that the no risks outweigh the potential benefits to biodiversity. 

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Companies providing support to our Conservation Programmes

In an increasingly globalised world, there are significant opportunities for us to encourage strategic engagements and sponsorships with companies that can provide vital support to our conservation programmes and projects. 

We work, among the others with Cemex, HeidelbergCement and Rio TintoBest practice in the mitigation of biodiversity impacts and stakeholder engagement make it possible to avoid or mitigate impacts, and restore habitats through appropriate planning.

 
  • CEMEX

    BirdLife International and Cemex work together to strengthen each organisation's ability to achieve sustainable development with special reference to biodiversity conservation.


    Partnership with

    CEMEX

  • HeidelbergCement

    BirdLife International and HeidelbergCement Group work together on local and international levels to further improve the protection and restoration standards at mining sites.


    Partnership with

    HeidelbergCement

  • Rio Tinto

    BirdLife International and Rio Tinto formed a global partnership in 2001 to achieve mutually held goals of participatory biodiversity conservation and community engagement. 


    Partnership with

    Rio Tinto

Download a new report on strengthening the implementation of the mitigation hierarchy June, 2015)

 

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