Contacts for the EU LIFE Project

If you are interested in further information, please conrtact us.

 Global Nature Fund (GNF)
 Stefan Hörmann - Project Manager

Stefan Hörmann
+49 228 1848694 11
hoermann@globalnature.org

 Tobias Ludes - Project Manager

Tobias Ludes
+49 228 1848694 15
ludes@globalnature.org

Global Nature Fund (GNF) - International Foundation for Environment and Nature
Office Radolfzell: Fritz-Reichle-Ring 4, 78315 Radolfzell, Germany
Office Bonn: Kaiser-Friedrich-Str. 11, 53113 Bonn, Germany
www.globalnature.org; www.business-biodiversity.eu

The Global Nature Fund (GNF) is responsible for the overall coordination of the LIFE Project "Biodiversity in Standards and Labels for the Food Sector" including communication and the roundtable on biodiversity in the european food sector.

 
 Bodensee-Stiftung

Marion Hammerl 
+49 7732 9995 45
marion.hammerl@bodensee-stiftung.org

Dr. Kerstin Fröhle 
+49 7732 9995 40
kerstin.froehle@bodensee-stiftung.org 

Lake Constance Foundation
Fritz-Reichle-Ring 4
78315 Radolfzell, Germany
www.bodensee-stiftung.org

The Lake Constance Foundation is responsible for the screening of food standards, resulting in a baseline report with recommendations for standards and companies. They are also in charge of pilot farms, biodiversity training for auditors and managers as well as the biodiversity monitoring framework.

 
 Fundación Global Nature España

Amanda del Rio 
+34 917 104455
adelrio@fundacionglobalnature.org

Blanca Hurtado
+34 917 104455
bhurtado@fundacionglobalnature.org

Fundación Global Nature España
Calle Real, 48
Las Rozas de Madrid
28231 Madrid, Spain
www.fundacionglobalnature.org

Fundación Global Nature (FGN) leads two pilot projects in the sector of olives and tomatoes. FGN is also working on recommendations for standards and companies in Spain, biodiversity training for auditors and managers as well and dissemination at national level.

Fundación Global Nature (FGN) is a private foundation dedicated to nature conservation since 1993. Our work is based on technical knowledge, ethical commitment and innovation. Since our creation in 1993 we bring together theory and practice: we combine the elaboration of strategies and plans with field work and applied projects. We support the creation of networks and shared value for all stakeholders as the best way to ensure the conservation of habitats and species in the long term.

One of the main areas of intervention is the promotion of sustainability in the agrifood sector. To this end, we work together with farmers, farmers associations, researchers, administrations and agrifood companies to support sustainable sourcing, develop indicators and transfer best practices to producers and policy-makers.

 
 Instituto Superior Técnico

Nuno Sarmento
+351 21 841 7366 
nuno.sarmento@tecnico.ulisboa.pt

Carlos MGL Teixeira
+351 21 841 9442 
carlos.teixeira@tecnico.ulisboa.pt

Instituto Superior Técnico, MARETEC/DEM
Av. Rovisco Pais 1
1049-001 Lisboa, Portugal
www.maretec.org

Técnico is the largest school of Architecture, Engineering, Science and Technology in Portugal and is involved in the project through MARETEC - Research Centre of IST for Marine, Environment and Technology. It will carry out pilot projects demonstrating biodiversity promotion actions on meat and dairy farms in the Mainland and in the Azores. It will also coordinate the production of fact sheets on biodiversity and meat production on pasture.

 
 Agentur auf!

Dr. Frauke Fischer
+49 175 601 81 38
 frauke.fischer@agentur-auf.de

Dr. Heinrich Schneider
+49 170 4771961
heinrich.schneider@agentur-auf.de

Agentur auf! 
Finkenhofstr. 21
60322 Frankfurt, Germany
www.agentur-auf.de

auf! is monitoring the project impact on the environment (improvement of biodiversity), the socio-economic impact on the target groups and the impact of the project's communication activities, and is leading the development of the communication strategy.
auf! is a science-based consulting agency with a main focus on biodiversity conservation. We have more than twenty years of experience in applied research, management of protected areas, international cooperation, project evaluation, management and monitoring, communication and training.

 
 Solagro

Caroline Gibert
+33 5 67 69 69 69
 caroline.gibert@solagro.asso.fr

Marine Gimaret 
+33 5 67 69 69 69
marine.gimaret@solagro.asso.fr

Solagro
75 Voie du Toec – CS 27608
31076 Toulose Cedex 3, France
https://solagro.org

Solagro, a french non-profit organisation, aims to broaden the scope of possibilities within the fields of agriculture, environment and energy. The objective of the Agri-environment department is to encourage the implementation of methods and practices that contribute to the sustainable management of natural resources in agriculture.
 
In the project, Solagro leads the elaboration of a tool which aims to assess the biodiversity performance at farm level and is involved in one pilot projet on dairy products and cereals.

 

Amèlie Bajolet 
+33 6 42 33 19 87
amelie.bajolet@agoodforgood.com

Mathieu Picard 
+33 7 86 57 67 73
mathieu.picard@agoodforgood.com

agoodforgood
8 rue dieulafoy
75013 Paris, France
www.agoodforgood.com

agoodforgood helps with the dissemination in France and therefore is an essential part of the initiaves communication.