Biodiversity Strategy at KU
The biodiversity of KU is being championed by PMD – the department for Property Management and Development. The steering group for biodiversity at KU is called BIG – short for Biodiversity Implementation Group. BIG is made up of KU staff and local wildlife enthusiasts who all want to see biodiversity improved across the University.
You can also view the UK’s Biodiversity Action Plan (UK BAP) or the Royal Borough of Kingston’s Biodiversity Action Plan.
Well I Never!
Species found at Kingston Hill Campus include woodpeckers, foxes, badgers, bank voles and students.
"Us humans have been destroying natural resources and habitats which will be lost forever. It is important that we conserve biodiversity for future generations. I volunteer with local conservation projects to help the environment and it's also great for me to get new skills and meet lots of new people!"
What Can You Do?
If you would like to hear more about biodiversity at KU or take part in conservation work contact Lynsey Stafford, Biodiversity Administrator.