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Biodiversity

Loss of biodiversity and the transformation of ecosystems are real challenges that threaten to cause serious harm to human beings and worsen the impact of climate change.
True to our commitment to preserve biodiversity, at Cellnex we recognise the importance of identifying which of our sites are in nature protection areas in the countries where the company operates.

“We protect the biodiversity of the ecosystems where we operate”

Build resilient infrastructure, promote sustainable industrialization and foster innovation

Make cities inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable

Conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources

Sustainably manage forests, combat desertification, halt and reverse land degradation, halt biodiversity loss

Key figures

79,291

Cellnex sites analysed within the framework of the IUCN categories

5,806

sites located in protected areas

7%

of Cellnex sites are in protected areas

Biodiversity projects

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Some Cellnex facilities have been transformed into bird habitats. This is the case with peregrine falcons, which use the highest towers to nest.

To preserve this protected species, Cellnex cooperates in the construction of nesting boxes for birds on its towers.

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To protect the habitat of storks, as well as improving work safety and cutting operating costs, Cellnex has designed an artificial basket-nest solution that significantly reduces and stabilises the weight of nests on the structure and lessens the impact of nests on the operation of antennas.

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The Marker Wadden project aims to create an archipelago in the middle of Markermeer, a 700 km2 lake in the centre of the country, to transform it into a unique nature reserve where new flora and fauna can develop on the ground and under water.

Cellnex has provided a wireless connection infrastructure for the connectivity project, which will allow data to be collected from sensors (IoT) and other intelligent systems.

This connectivity will make it easier for researchers to discover, monitor and preserve this new natural ecosystem.

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Storks make their habitat in areas where Cellnex is building sites. To preserve their habitat, the Institute for Nature Conservation and Forests (ICNF) evaluates and authorises the removal and transfer of storks’ nests.

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Cellnex has several sites in the Coillte forests, owned by an Irish state-run forestry group which aims to preserve biodiversity.

In line with this goal, the company has created a mobile app that allows users and operators to use the best route to access a site, find out if it is in an area considered sensitive for bird species, report any access problems and contact forestry personnel if there are any emergencies.

At the same time, Cellnex is committed to replanting a tree in the Coillte forests for every tree that needs to be removed to install a tower.

Some Cellnex facilities have been transformed into bird habitats. This is the case with peregrine falcons, which use the highest towers to nest.

To preserve this protected species, Cellnex cooperates in the construction of nesting boxes for birds on its towers.

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To protect the habitat of storks, as well as improving work safety and cutting operating costs, Cellnex has designed an artificial basket-nest solution that significantly reduces and stabilises the weight of nests on the structure and lessens the impact of nests on the operation of antennas.

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The Marker Wadden project aims to create an archipelago in the middle of Markermeer, a 700 km2 lake in the centre of the country, to transform it into a unique nature reserve where new flora and fauna can develop on the ground and under water.

Cellnex has provided a wireless connection infrastructure for the connectivity project, which will allow data to be collected from sensors (IoT) and other intelligent systems.

This connectivity will make it easier for researchers to discover, monitor and preserve this new natural ecosystem.

VIEW MORE VIEW LESS

Storks make their habitat in areas where Cellnex is building sites. To preserve their habitat, the Institute for Nature Conservation and Forests (ICNF) evaluates and authorises the removal and transfer of storks’ nests.

VIEW MORE VIEW LESS

Cellnex has several sites in the Coillte forests, owned by an Irish state-run forestry group which aims to preserve biodiversity.

In line with this goal, the company has created a mobile app that allows users and operators to use the best route to access a site, find out if it is in an area considered sensitive for bird species, report any access problems and contact forestry personnel if there are any emergencies.

At the same time, Cellnex is committed to replanting a tree in the Coillte forests for every tree that needs to be removed to install a tower.

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