Life On Land

Protect, restore and promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems, sustainably manage forests, combat desertification, and halt and reverse land degradation and halt biodiversity loss.

As the biodiversity situation in Thailand is currently more and more widely threatened, Mahidol University, the leader of green university or eco-university concept, attaches great importance to the start of ecosystem and natural resources conservation by developing the university’s master plan according to the concept of the City of Learning and Co-Living with Nature by conserving green spaces and ecosystem of the area to maintain their original natural form as much as possible, to reduce natural degradation while developing unused spaces to be green spaces. Such spaces could be used as learning or recreational areas for the campus. Activities with natural and biodiversity conservation are promoted and supported, in order to follow the fifteenth Sustainable Development Goal (SDG15: Life of Land), and be prepared to be a sustainable eco-university.