More than natural diversity
Biodiversity is natural capital and the economy, production processes, and livelihoods are based on it. During an exploration tour in a forest, you will learn that biodiversity is more than the diversity of species. You will learn that the sustainability of the economy and society depend on a vast biological diversity. You will also learn that every human being has an ecological footprint which has a direct or indirect impact on biodiversity and which can be managed in a targeted manner.
This is what you may expect
Who could be a better teacher at a seminar on biodiversity than nature itself? Go on an exciting trip to nature during which you can directly experience various aspects of sustainability with all your senses and which will enrich you with many new perspectives.
This outdoor excursion will be complemented by a motivational speech, discussions on how to transfer insights from the field excursion to our work, and working groups in a seminar room at “Haus des Waldes”.
This is what we will talk about
- What does biodiversity actually mean?
- Ecosystems and biodiversity
- Biodiversity as a key indicator of sustainable development
- Biodiversity as a foundation of the economy, production processes, and livelihoods
- Biodiversity as natural capital for tourism, sports, and leisure
- Biodiversity strategies
- Measuring the ecological footprint in biodiversity checks
- Options to protect and preserve biodiversity
- Biodiversity and the management of diversity
Dates and costs
The dates and costs of the seminar in English will be set individually. Please write to us if you are interested!
Managers and product managers of destinations and tour operators
Minimum number of participants
Stefan Rösler, PhD, is a consultant, trainer, lecturer, moderator, and nature coach. In as early as 1994, he coined the term ”nature-based economy“ and has since been working in various positions to promote nature-friendly economic and social development. He is a graduate in forestry, landscape planning, and landscape ecology. From 1997 to 2007, he was the first full-time NABU chairman in Baden-Württemberg. In 2008, he founded his agency “oecoach”. For his services, he uses nature-based strategies and success formulas as guidance. What can we learn from the evolutionary development and complexity of ecosystems for strategic management, process optimisation and team development in companies and organisations? In his outdoor workshops he deciphers the success formulas of nature and discusses them with regard to the specific options that exist to apply them to the every day operations of companies, organisations, and teams.
Is it for you?
Let Stefan Rösler introduce you to eco-systems. Of course, the workshop can also take place within your company. It will be our pleasure to fix a seminar date for you and your team. Just send us an inquiry.