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Conservation Research Institute


Building a world in which diverse and effective conservation leaders achieve lasting impact for a just and healthy planet

What will the conservation leadership landscape look like in ten years’ time and how do we get there?

The conservation landscape has evolved rapidly since the Masters in Conservation Leadership was founded in 2010. The events of the last year have particularly highlighted the need for more resilient and effective leadership.

The new 2020-2030 strategy for the Masters in Conservation Leadership will address these challenges by delivering outstanding training, catalysing the impact of course alumni, and establishing a global conservation leadership community of practice. Building on our decade of experience and relationships, the strategy will enable us to build conservation leadership capacity at scale, where it is most needed, and with greatly increased accessibility.

To find out more, including how you can get involved, please join the CL team, along with Sian Knott (BTO), Michelle Cooper (2015-16), and Fred Nelson (Maliasili), as we launch this ambitious strategy with a series of talks and discussions that look at the next ten years of conservation leadership.


Thursday, 25 March, 2021 - 11:00