Protect, restore and promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems, sustainably manage forests, combat desertification, and halt and reverse land degradation and halt biodiversity loss.
Progress in preserving and sustainably using the Earth’s terrestrial species and ecosystems is uneven. The pace of forest loss has slowed and improvements continue to be made in managing forests sustainably and protecting areas important for biodiversity. However, declining trends in land productivity, biodiversity loss and poaching and trafficking of wildlife remain serious concerns.
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Between 2018 and 2019, Fife College planted trees in partnership with the Woodland Trust. The trees were donated and contributed to support the Woodland Trust's...
University of Leicester
LCF x ASOS visioning the circular economy
Leicester for Life
The primary purpose of this Standard is to define the requirements and principles for managing and improving biodiversity at the University. This Standard supports the...
Environmental conservation is an important issue in today’s world, and there are lots of ways to help in your own backyard. Now more than ever, it is vital to preserve our...
Professor Eunice Simmons, Deputy Vice-Chancellor
Chris Jagger, Chief Estates and Facilities Officer
When beasties go large: #beastsofUoN
Vets go green!
Making the right choice easy - Tasty food with a lower environmental impact
Maintaining the green. Living the sporting dream
Leicester: Talkin’ bout our evolution
Down by the river- BU students connecting the local community to wildlife
Van Mildert College Outreach