Innovative conservation projects
Science put into practice
Expertise meets innovation, scientific knowledge is practically implemented. In the certificate course Nature conservation engineer our soon-to-be nature conservation engineers currently work on developing their practical conservation projects.
They take on actual conservation challenges faced at construction sites, in agriculture or by city councils. The projects are very diverse. They range from creating habitats/biotopes for the yellow-bellied toad, over researching construction materials to determine which surfaces lizards are still able to climb without any problems to creating ‘floating habitats’ in alpine reservoirs.
Find out more about the certificate course Nature conservation engineer where you’ll also meet E.C.O. experts as your teachers by clicking here.