Halting the decline of biodiversity, the loss of ecosystems and the reduction of genetic diversity is one of the greatest challenges society is facing today. With climate change exacerbating the negative trends in biodiversity, action is urgently needed. Many companies, municipalities and organisations still have little grasp of how they can reduce negative impacts on biodiversity through their activities and promote biodiversity at the same time.
- We advise you on the development of an integrated biodiversity strategy with goals and measures.
- We work with you to identify your key biodiversity risks.
- We calculate the biodiversity footprint of your products.
- We accompany stakeholder processes in large-scale nature conservation projects, design and moderate them or prepare large-scale nature conservation projects through dialogue processes and guiding principles development.
Biodiversity in the supply chain
corsus is currently working on the project “Supply Chain and Biodiversity“ together with WWF Germany (project management) and Systain Consulting. The aim of the project is to develop a tool that will help small and medium–sized enterprises in particular to track and minimize biodiversity risks along their supply chain. More information about the project: corsus explores biodiversity impacts of value chains to help SME reduce them
Biodiversity along food product life cycles
The research project BioVal, led by Ulrike Eberle (PhD), aims to identify and reduce negative impacts of food production and consumption on biodiversity and ultimately transform them into positive impacts. Find out in the interview how the corsus team is involved in the project: Interview – At the interface of research and consulting
Preserving biodiversity in the peatland
corsus accompanies the district of Minden-Lübbecke in the development of a mission statement in harmony with nature conservation and agriculture for a sustainable peatland landscape to promote biodiversity in the peat bog. The moderation process in the model region Bastauniederung includes different actors and is part of the project “Erlebnisraum Weserlandschaft” within the Regionale 2022 UrbanLand OWL.Interview – At the interface of research and consulting