Radboud University is structurally working to restore biodiversity on campus. On this page, you will find information and news about the developments.
The decline in biodiversity and the related climate problems are so serious that they are considered a broad social problem. Radboud University and Radboudumc have therefore drawn up a biodiversity plan.
The aim for the next 10 years is to develop the campus in such a way as to create favourable conditions for biodiversity restoration. Other objectives include climate adaptation, nature-inclusive building and the interaction between man and nature.
Peregrine falcon on the campus
The Erasmus building has a nesting box for the peregrine falcon living on campus. If you are logged onto the Radboud University network, you can see via the webcam whether the nesting box is to your liking.
Sowing and (not) mowing for a promising vegetation
Green management on the campus is not only aimed at maintaining an attractive site, but also at stimulating biodiversity. By sowing and mowing in a certain way, various plant species and flowers are given the opportunity to develop.