As a zoological collection we know that it is our duty to lead by example with sustainable lifestyles. In April 2018 we set up our first ever Sustainability Committee who have since been dedicated to improving the ways of Paradise Wildlife Park. While our steps may seem small and steady, we hope that they are impactful and inspirational to all of our visitors.
As a team of people dedicated to safeguarding the future for a variety of species around the world, it is our duty and passion to lead by example and set the way to a
sustainable environment for all.
We will achieve this mission statement by ensuring all staff have a regard for the world around them and the species that their actions can affect. We will encourage healthy, sustainable lifestyles in all of our team and visitors which will hopefully have a secondary behavioural impact in their day-to-day lives. This encouragement will come through education, compassion for our animals, and through spreading our message out with the reaches of the zoological site itself.
All members of the ZSH Sustainability Committee are passionate and dedicated to their role in improving the environmental impact which our site has on the wider world. Find out who the team are, and what has driven them to take part…
Amy Jerome – Education Officer
Amy has been working at Paradise Wildlife Park since 2017
and is leading sustainability committee.
Aaron Whitnall – Marketing & Operations Coordinator
Aaron has travelled around the world and seen the impact that non
recyclable products and littering causing and wants to make a difference.