Radboud University and Radboudumc are actively working together to promote biodiversity on campus. The Biodiversity Project Group, with representatives from both organisations, implements the established biodiversity policy. Each year, the project group draws up an implementation programme for the coming year, and with the annual report, the project group looks back on its activities and results achieved in the previous year.
In 2022, for example, moss and experience gardens have been created at various locations on campus. Meeting places to unwind, garden together, experiment with sowing and meet in a different setting. To promote health and vitality.
The replanting of the forest around the Disveldpad was carried out according to the joint plan of local residents and Radboud staff. Where there used to be a single-spruce forest, a park forest and a natural forest based on the principles of biodiversity and climate adaptation are now growing.
You will find more information on these and other projects and initiatives in the Biodiversity 2022 Annual Report. Beautiful green initiatives are also planned for 2023, such as the International Day of Biodiversity, Monday 22 May.