This practical guide aims to encourage and enable Further and Higher Education (FHE) institutions across the world to take action on biodiversity. It looks at how to mobilise your institution alongside practical biodiversity management guidance. It contains information for grounds maintenance staff through to environmental and senior estates managers. It will also be useful to any student and member of staff at universities or colleges involved in biodiversity initiatives.
This guide is supported by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and the Global Universities Partnership on Environment and Sustainability (GUPES).
This guide will help you take action to:
Alongside the guidance provided, specialist advice should be sought and further information consulted. Education sector case studies are featured and there are comprehensive signposts to further information, resources and useful organisations.
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