sixth consecutive year, the campus of the University of Navarra has received
the international Green Flag Award, granted by the Keep Britain Tidy
institution, which rewards good integrated management of parks and green spaces
around the world. The jury has positively valued the initiatives that have been
carried out to promote biodiversity and protect the environment, as well as the
people who take care of it. The jury highlighted that the good management and
maintenance work is due to the vocation and good human and material structure
of the team.
of 113 hectares, the largest in Pamplona, the campus has a botanical route
where you can see a variety of shrubs and more than 4,190 trees of 173
different species, including Japanese cherry trees, ginkgos, red beeches and
sequoias. It also offers a 5-kilometre circular running circuit. The
sustainable management of the campus and care for people and the environment
are part of the University of Navarra’s Strategy 2025.