HeidelbergCement invites researchers, students and citizens to submit biodiversity projects in its quarries around the world.
The aim of this scientific and educational contest is to raise awareness of the organic value of quarrying sites and share new best practices with the scientific community, NGOs, authorities and our operating units.
The 5th edition of our contest will start in 2020. More information will be published in due time on this website.
The new brochure introduces the international and national winners.
On December 5, 2018, the International QLA Ceremony took place in Brussels. After introducing to you this edition's international winners, we now want to share a short mood video with you: the cameraman certainly did a great job in capturing the evening's magic.
A group of Turkish students from Izmir wanted to enhance biodiversity in the nearby quarry. To realize this mission, they showed great effort and exemplary team spirit. The students used innovative methods such as vertical planting to enrich the quarry with local medicinal plants.