European Business Biodiversity Campaign


The European Business and Biodiversity Campaign (EBBC) is a partner consortium which supports companies from all industries in integrating biodiversity into their corporate management. Our key project LIFE Food & Biodiversity, funded by the EU LIFE programme, aims to improve the biodiversity performance of standards and labels within the food industry.

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Business & Biodiversity

 Biodiversity Fact Sheets

Biodiversity Fact Sheets

Different Biodiversity Fact Sheets provide information on the biodiversity impact of the cultivation of different crops in different climate regions.

LIFE Food & Biodiversity

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Biodiversity in Standards and Labels for the Food Industry

Global Nature Fund, Lake Constance Foundation, Agentur AUF! (Germany), the Fundación Global Nature (Spain), Solagro and agoodforgood (France) and Instituto Superior Técnico (Portugal) have initiated the EU LIFE Project “Biodiversity in Standards and Labels for the Food Industry”. The main objective is to improve the biodiversity performance of standards and labels within the food industry, by supporting standard organizations to include efficient biodiversity criteria into their schemes; and motivating food processing companies and retailers to include biodiversity criteria into their sourcing guidelines.

The project LIFE Food & Biodiversity (LIFE15 GIE/DE/000737) is funded by the EU LIFE programme.



  • Sustainability in Global Agriculture Driven by Organic Farming04/23/2019

    Sustainability in Global Agriculture Driven by Organic Farming

    Governments should only support agricultural systems that provide healthy food, minimize environmental impact and enable producers to earn a decent living. 11 international experts argue in the renowned scientific journal Nature Sustainability that organic agriculture has moved out of its niche and is now playing an important role in getting our food and agriculture systems right.

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  • Plant diversity increases insect diversity04/10/2019

    Plant diversity increases insect diversity

    The more plant species live in grasslands and forests, the more insect species find a habitat there. However, the presence of more plant species does not only increase the number of insect species, but also the number of insect individuals. Simultaneously, animal diversity is not only determined by plant diversity, but also by the physical structure of the plant communities.

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Save the date: B@B Annual Conference ParisFurther information ...

10/11 April, London
EUGIC 2019 London
20/21 May 2019, Paris
13/14 June 2019, Amsterdam
Sustainable Foods Summit

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