Dr. rer. nat. Michael Rademacher

HeidelbergCement Group - Global Manager Biodiversity & Natural Resources

Biology degree (phytogeography, zoology, pedology, limnology)at Albert-Ludwigs-University Freiburg, Germany.

PHD: “Vegetation dynamic on man-made gravel areas in the Upper Rhine Valley (Germany) and the relevance for selected animal groups in consideration of nature and landscape protection” at Albert-Ludwigs-University Freiburg, Germany.

Work experience
2008: Manager Biodiversity and Natural Resources at HeidelbergCement Group - Global Environmental Sustainability department

2000: Senior Ecologist – Quarry Restoration and Nature Protection at HeidelbergCement Technology Center GmbH.

1996: Landscape planning and ecological surveys - INULA

Main Publications
HeidelbergCement AG (ed.) (2010): Promotion of Biodiversity at the mineral extraction sites of HeidelbergCement.2nd Edition.
Schiel, F.J. & M. Rademacher (2008): Artenvielfalt und Sukzession in einer Kiesgrube südlich Karlsruhe. – Naturschutz und Landschaftsplanung 40(3): 1-10.
Rademacher, M. & U. Tränkle (2007): Sowing trials for establishing woodland stands on untreated soils. – Cement International 4: 72-85.
Rademacher, M. & U. Tränkle (2006): Biodiversity: optimizing the balance between quarrying and nature conservation. – Mining Environmental Management October 2006: 16-18.

CEMBUREAU (EU Cement Association) - Chairman TF Biodiversity
UEPG (EU Aggregates Association) – Member of TF Biodiversity
Member of German Akademie für Geowissenschaften und Geotechnologie e.V.
Associate Professor at the University of Applied Sciences Bingen, Germany

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