Business Partnerships

BirdLife works with companies which have a demonstrated commitment to improve internal as well as sectoral environmental performance

Each of our corporate partners must fullfil a rigorous due diligence process to ensure that our respective goals and piorities are aligned and that any potential risks outweigh the benefits to biodiversity. 

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Strategic Partnerships, Shared Goals 


By working in partnership with companies who share our goals, BirdLife has seen significant opportunities to encourage positive change not just within companies, but to also the sector more broadly. 

See below for further information on our global strategic partnerships with Cemex, HeidelbergCement and Rio Tinto.


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

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  • HeidelbergCement

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

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  • 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. 

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    Rio Tinto

BirdLife works collaboratively with a range of organisastions to develop and improve best practice tools and guidance for better biodiversity management, below you can:

Download a collaborative guidance on implementating the avoidance stage of the mitigation hierarchy (June, 2015)


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