NABU and its project partners are to organise workshops in Armenia for each target group: businesses, NGOs and authorities. Experts from NABU, the Landesamt für Umwelt, Gesundheit und Verbraucherschutz (LUGV - Ministry of Environment, Health and Consumer Protection of the Federal State of Brandenburg) and the Global Nature Fund (GNF) are to introduce workshop participants to the theme of the project and give them some initial ideas about biodiversity management in businesses. The workshop participants are to get an insight into the problems caused by biodiversity loss and its implications for economic activities. They are to learn about one of the instruments of biodiversity management, the Biodiversity Check. This is an instrument which helps companies to appreciate how great the effects of commercial activity are on biodiversity. Finally, the representatives are to learn how to co-operate with each other to maintain Armenia’s biodiversity in the most efficient way and to reach a win-win situation. On the other hand, they are also to be confronted with pitfalls they should avoid when collaborating in such a way (eg. greenwashing i.e. when products are made to appear to be environmentally friendly in order to boost sales). The representatives from the authorities are to discuss with the project team how such collaboration can be supported financially, organisationally and through legislation.