Approximately 5-10 per cent of the green areas at AU will be earmarked for biodiversity to benefit flora and fauna. Read more on this page.
The biodiverse areas are part of the overall vision at AU for sustainable development of the campus, and they can also be used in teaching about ecosystems and plant and animal species, or as a meeting point for social activities where people can relax or find inspiration.
It is important that the areas can coexist with, and contribute positively to, the overall experience of the university's unique campus areas.
The following areas have been selected for biodiversity:
At the intersection of Nordre Ringgade and Trøjborgvej in Aarhus, lies the small AU Garden, where a group of students and employees who are passionate about plants and biodiversity spend their time.