NCKU has worked for educational programs on ecosystems in diverse ways, not only for local areas but also for national communities.
1. For in-campus, the Natural and Ecological Observation Club holds a series of activities of natural observing and biodiversity for students.
2. For local communities, the Mango Green Land of NCKU provides a space to promote urban greening and ecosystem education with the locals.
3. The Marine Biology and Cetacean Research Center has committed to the cetacean rescue, experience share, and marine education activities for years for national communities.
Link1: The Natural and Ecological Observation Club in NCKU
Link2: The Marine Biology and Cetacean Research Center, NCKU (making efforts in cetacean rescue, experience share, and marine education activities)
Link3: The Mango Green Land of NCKU (rebuilding the dormitory area into the interaction forum between NCKU and local society to implement ecosystem education and urban greening)