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19 Jul 2013
The Cambridge Conservation Initiative is delighted to announce that Cambridge City Council has approved the refurbishment plans for the Arup Building, which will house the CCI Conservation Campus,...
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19 Jun 2013
From Key Biodiversity Areas to marine ecosystem services, via crop eco-certification and the world’s most threatened feline, the Cambridge Conservation Initiative (CCI) is pleased to announce the...
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13 Jun 2013
A new study has provided some of the most robust evidence yet that legal protection is effective at reducing the loss of natural land-cover within sites of high conservation importance. The project,...
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11 Apr 2013
This 5 minute montage will give you a flavour of the CCI Conservation Campus launch event which took place at the University of Cambridge Senate House on April 02, 2013 and attended by over 400...
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4 Apr 2013
Sir David Attenborough's entire speech during the CCI Conservation Campus launch can be viewed here http://sms.cam.ac.uk/media/1457624 An inspiring and insightful lecture by Sir David Attenborough...
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28 Mar 2013
Showcasing three CCI Funded Collaborative Projects - overview of results, lessons learnt & the opportunities & challenges of working collaboratively The three talks will give an overview of...
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15 Feb 2013
Planning how to adapt to a changing climate is going to be increasingly essential. A CCI-funded project has brought together examples of “Ecosystem-based approaches for adaptation” that use...
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10 Jan 2013
A key topic of discussion when IPBES – the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services – meets for its first plenary meeting in Bonn between the 21st and 26th...
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1 Jan 2013
Applications for this job opportunity is now closed CCI is seeking a dynamic individual to join the staff team that supports the CCI partners. The Collaborations & Communications Manager will...
12 Oct 2012
A new CCI collaborative study reveals that it will cost at least US $80 billion each year to meet the targets agreed by world leaders in 2010 to conserve the world’s biodiversity. The project, funded...
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