Sadly, due to the uncertainty of travel restrictions, and lockdowns for this year, we will not have a physical annual members’ meeting as anticipated. Please rest assured that in-person meetings are an important part of our work so we endeavour to do everything we can to make them happen as soon as is safe to do so.
Plans are underway to bring members together to stimulate lively discussions through virtual meetings from 12th -14th October for The Long Run’s 11th Annual Member’s Meeting. The theme will be ‘Justifying travel in a biodiversity climate crisis‘.
Please save the dates. More details will be shared via email.
As you know, The Long Run would like to better capture our members’ impacts, particularly, members’ contribution to mitigating the climate and biodiversity crises.
In order to assist us with this process, we are appealing to all members to share any studies that you have been involved with/or know of that are looking at the environmental values (incl. carbon sequestration) or the ecosystem values/services of the area you are located in and are helping to protect.
This will allow us to better estimate how much carbon is sequestrated by your property, our membership in total, and provide an estimate of ecosystem values.
We look forward to receiving any study or information you may have access to! Please send to [email protected].
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ALTOP stands for “All Love to our planet”. For 30 years, the publishing house has consistently been committed to the promotion of green solutions, products and services. Together with their partners, they give orientation to key decision-makers and help them to link economic success with social responsibility.
The publishing house began in 1984 with the alternatives Directory (now ECO-World life – the shopping guide for a healthy, enjoyable and sustainable lifestyle). The aim was to stimulate consumption in a targeted way and to ensure the urgently needed networking of companies and environmental activists.
In 2006, the publishing house responded to the increasing global discussion about responsible, sustainable business practices realising sustainability should no longer be seen as a future vision, but as an action taken in the daily business process. The response was to launch the magazine “Forum Sustainable Development”, the highest reach CSR magazine for politics, business, non-profit organisations and society in Germany. Forum Sustainability is published quarterly, brings daily online contributions and thus provides a cross-medial communication network.