INSECT RESPECT stands for a new way of dealing with insects.
We create awareness for the value of the six-legged creatures, create new habitats and change society. Join in – because everyone can do something for insects.
instead of Insect Decline
The INSECT RESPECT® compensation and partner areas offer insects retreats with food, hiding places and overwintering opportunities. These undisturbed habitats give the six-legged creatures space for reproduction and the opportunity to reach other habitats more easily („stepping stones“).
Insect Respect Academy
Befitting the ninth anniversary of Fliegen retten in Deppendorf, the insecticide manufacturer Reckhaus is founding Insectemy – Insect Respect Academy for Insect Protection. In future, horticulturists will be trained there to create millions of square metres of habitats for insects in Germany, Switzerland and Austria.
We reduce, ecologize, compensate for insect control and create insect-friendly habitats.
Pay attention to our quality mark on products to promote insects.
INSECT RESPECT® stands for a new way of dealing with insects. Less control, more biodiversity.
We are not alone. In addition to our efforts to save the insects, we count on the valuable support of our partners.
A new consciousness. For insects
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How to radically and consistently re-manage.
In retrospect, the transformation of the traditional company Reckhaus is hard to believe. Against all odds and doubters, Hans-Dietrich Reckhaus transforms his insecticide company into a company that saves insects. In „Let fly. How to radically and consistently re-manage“ the founder describes the story of radical change as a commitment to an ecologically sustainable future – starting with the smallest residents on the planet.
INSECT RESPECT Activity Report
Often unthinking, an insect is struck down – in 2020, nature struck back. When the causes of the global Covid19 pandemic were being investigated, the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES) was suddenly heard. As the platfrom had already pointed out the connection between biodiversity loss and epidemics in 2019. The new needs new spaces, which Insect Respect makes visible in this activity report.