Students will decide on a biodiversity project they can lead or participate in. They explain how the proposed projects can restore or protect an ecosystem and how this maintains or improves biodiversity.
- build skills in leadership and project planning and apply students’ knowledge of biodiversity and conservation
- interact and connect students with the wider community. There are many very useful ways students can help their local community and friends’ groups (community people involved in local biodiversity projects).
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