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Bee hive at Hope Works
15 August 2015 | Safety, Health & Environment

Company enhances biodiversity with introduction of 100,000 bees at Hope Works and Dowlow Quarry

Bees at Aberthaw cement plant

Lafarge Tarmac enhance biodiversity programme with addition of five bee colonies

Mike Clarke

Leaders address project’s final conference and endorse its recommendations going forward

Fernando Gonzalez

Company helping international organizations create awareness of the world’s most precious natural sites

Tagged in: CEMEXBiodiversity
Sand martin

Colony of sand martins takes up residence in Bank Mining’s Rusha surface coal mine in West Lothian

MPA publishes guidance on mineral sites and mitigating birdstrike hazard and risk

Leaders from industry, conservation and European Parliament to address final RESTORE project conference

Michaela Strachan

‘The ICUN Red List: 50 Years of Conservation’ seeks to raise awareness of most threatened species

Patricia Zurita

HeidelbergCement and BirdLife International to continue conservation partnership until 2017

RESTORE visit quarries in Cambridgeshire & Bedfordshire
24 February 2015 | Safety, Health & Environment

International conservation partners see nature returning at quarries in Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire

27 January 2015 | Safety, Health & Environment

Last summer’s Nature After Minerals best-practice demonstration events well received by stakeholders

23 January 2015 | Safety, Health & Environment

Mineral Products Association and Bumblebee Conservation Trust reaffirm commitment to work together

The Quarry Life Award
10 December 2014 | Safety, Health & Environment

HeidelbergCement honour outstanding projects from around the world that promote biodiversity

02 December 2014 | Safety, Health & Environment

Working together for nature delivers some outstanding results for biodiversity and the natural environment

Carolyn Jewell
02 December 2014 | Safety, Health & Environment

Nature After Minerals seeks views to help inform the organization’s priorities and direction in the future