Bourbon-Lancy in France was the first CNH Industrial plant to assess its biodiversity value
Bourbon-Lancy in France was the first CNH Industrial plant to
assess its biodiversity value in 2012 and since then has kept
up the momentum with a range of projects aimed at raising
awareness of this important topic, both at employee and at
local community level. The latest initiative, in collaboration
with a local primary school, involved the creation of a “green
wall” near the entrance to the company restaurant,
constructed from reclaimed wood and decorated with
different types of plants and shrubs. The school children were
also shown the well-established, on-site bee hives and learnt
about the importance of bees in the ecosystem.
Many different initiatives are already in place but there is still more work to be done. This is why CNH Industrial is continuing to assess and implement additional projects designed to further enhance biodiversity - an integral part of our ongoing commitment to build a more sustainable future.