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 mining sites and share new best practices with the scientific community, NGOs, authorities and our operating units.
Over 110 projects worldwide have been selected to compete in the 4th edition 2018 and win up to 30.000 Euro.
The QLA participants have done a great job so far and are currently busy with carrying out their research! You can support and motivate them by voting for projects you particularly like.
Over the next couple of weeks, all projects competing in the fourth edition of the Quarry Life Award will be introduced individually on the QLA social media channels (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram).
Participants in the 4th edition of the Quarry Life Award have attended a day’s seminar to network and share ideas. The programme is part of activities by the National Coordinators in Ghana to ensure that participants form a cohesive group beyond the QLA.