Pollution from human activities and changes in ecosystems are contributing to the reduction in biodiversity. Aware of its role, SUEZ affirms its commitment to preserve biodiversity through a concrete action plan.
Biodiversity, a major strategic issue
SUEZ takes action to protect biodiversity, in support of its customers and within its organization.
In France, the Group's commitment centers around three objectives in line with the National strategy for Biodiversity.
3. Share knowledge and contribute to public awareness
Given the importance of promoting issues related to biodiversity among the public and stakeholders, SUEZ continues to raise awareness by forging new partnerships.
Integrate biodiversity into the management of our facilities
Since 2010, SUEZ has worked with the French NGO France Nature Environnement to develop joint initiatives related to water resource protection and biodiversity conservation at the sites operated by the Group.
SUEZ has also formed partnerships with Guadeloupe National Park, the League for the Protection of Birds (France) and the National Museum of Natural History (France) to promote biodiversity at the waste treatment plants that it manages.