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Interview – at the intersection of research and consulting

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Since the beginning of 2022, Nico Mumm and Julian Quandt have been doing their doctorates in the BioVal research project at Bochum University of Applied Sciences in parallel to their work at corsus. The aim of the project is to identify and reduce the negative effects of food production and consumption on biodiversity and ultimately to transform them into positive effects - a topic that corsus has also been working on for a long time. This combination of research and consulting complements each other perfectly, because a cornerstone of corsus' consulting is to incorporate the latest scientific findings and to always be up-to-date. On the other side of the interface, research can be aligned with applicability in mind, based on practical experience.
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Publication on the impact-oriented budget in Kiel

On behalf of the Service Agency Communities in One World (SKEW), corsus advises and supports the city of Kiel in the development and implementation of an impact-oriented budget. An article on the model project has now been published by Julius Wenzig, Senior Consultant at corsus, and Sebastian Ohlmeyer, Project Manager "Globally Sustainable Municipality" at SKEW. The article is part of a dossier published by SKEW in cooperation with the editorial team of "welt-sichten".
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corsus explores biodiversity impacts of value chains to help SMEs reduce them

Together with WWF Germany and Systain Consulting, corsus is working on the project “Lieferkette und Biodiversität” ("Supply Chain and Biodiversity") for the German Federal Agency for Nature Conservation (BfN). Within the project, a tool is being developed to support particularly SMEs in tracking and minimising biodiversity risks along their supply chain.
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