Latest news from Quarry Life Award
The jury of Northern Europe came to a decision – projects will be run in Estonia, Norway and Sweden
The jury have now selected the projects that they believe have a potential to add a clear value to nature, the community next to the quarries, and the company. Read more
QLA celebrates World Wildlife Day!
On 3rd March, World Wildlife Day, QLA reflects on a winning project appropriate to this awareness day. Read more
Edition 2016: over 450 ideas to boost biodiversity in quarries!
At the close of entries, 1st March at 9am CET, over 450 candidates from 22 countries in Europe, Africa, Asia and Oceania had submitted a project proposal focusing on biodiversity enhancement at the quarries of HeidelbergCement. With this much enthusiasm, we are sure that the 2016 edition will be the most exciting yet. Read more
How to check if your project was well registered
With the deadline less than 24 hours away, you might want to confirm that you have successfully registered your proposal on the Quarry Life Award website. Double check it before the deadline. Read more
Students in Tallinn got inspired
Last week Riin Kruusimägi, Environment Officer of Kunda Nordic Tsement and Riho Iskül, Director of Development went to Tallinn University of Technology, to present the Quarry Life Award biodiversity competition for the students. Read more