We are committed to enhancing, conserving and monitoring biodiversity and habitats on the School estate including our main campus, halls of residence and our 11 acre sports ground.
- Working with Mace on the Centre Buildings Redevelopment, the construction company installed a green wall on their portacabin site office - believed to be the first time this has been done in the UK. The wall will be transferred to a permanent home on an LSE building.
- LSE has a green wall on the Old Building - which as well as regulating temperature and adding to the aesthetics, provides an ideal habitat for wildlife which can help improve local air quality; both by absorbing carbon dioxide and releasing oxygen.
- There are brown roofs on campus which provide a natural habitat for wildlife and can improve drainage.
- LSE has rooftop gardens for LSE students and staff to get involved with growing food. Find out more here.
- LSE has five beehives, including an observation beehive. Find out more here, check out the LSE Bees blog and follow @LSEbees on Twitter.
- See the Get Involved pages to find out how you can get stuck in the biodiversity projects across campus.