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2 May 2017
On Saturday 22 April 2017 – Earth Day – the Cambridge Conservation Initiative hosted a celebration of positive conservation stories in a global movement of #EarthOptimism.  Over the course of a day...
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24 Mar 2017
The CCI administrative office has been working with Collaborative Fund project teams to prepare blogs about the work the teams are doing as part of their collaborative fund projects. The first set of...
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20 Mar 2017
The David Attenborough Building, in which the CCI campus is based, has won two major awards at the Cambridge Design & Construction Awards. The Engineering & Sustainability Project of the Year...
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28 Feb 2017
  As a member of the University of Cambridge's Development & Alumni Relations team and working alongside the Executive Director of CCI, the UCCRI Director and CCI partners, the Associate Director...
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13 Feb 2017
CCI Services Ltd is seeking an energetic and experienced Facilities Manager to oversee facilities services in a vibrant central Cambridge Campus composed of 400 staff from ten organisations. Together...
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13 Jan 2017
Given the tumultuous political events of the past few months it’s perhaps understandable if this Friday 13th we feel more than little anxious about the world around us. But it’s not all doom and...
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8 Dec 2016
There has never been a time in history when the natural environment has been under greater threat. Given humanity’s dependence on the natural world, we are in dire need of new ideas and innovations...
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21 Nov 2016
The Arcadia Fund, a charitable fund of Lisbet Rausing and Peter Baldwin, has provided a start-up grant to the Cambridge Conservation Initiative to develop an exciting new initiative focusing on...
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17 Oct 2016
The photojournalist Toby Smith has spent the last 10 months as the Artist in Residence at the University of Cambridge Conservation Institute, based in the David Attenborough Building. One of the...
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13 Oct 2016
BirdLife International, the British Trust for Ornithology, and the RSPB yesterday signed a Memorandum of Understanding regarding data collected about bird species. In addition to collecting large...
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