Universities must lead by example when it comes to boosting biodiversity

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The University of Sussex's Dave Goulson and Beth Nicholls set out how the institution is reclaiming space for nature and wildlife across its 80-hectare campus

Biodiversity is in crisis. The figures are deeply depressing. Globally, wildlife extinction rates are running at about 1,000 times the average historic rate, with somewhere in the region of 150 to 200...

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