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Unusual Suspects: what contributions can biodiversity conservation organisations make to the Sustainable Development Goals?

22 September 2018

Collaborators in Cambridge have launched a new tool designed to help conservation practitioners engage with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and, within this framework, the wider human and societal benefits of their work. This tool launches on the same day as the Cambridge Conservation Initiative hosts an event...

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Biodiversity conservation initiatives have unfulfilled potential to support the UN Sustainable Development Goals

21 September 2018

UCCRI has launched an online tool that allows conservation professionals to look at how biodiversity projects contribute to the SDG targets, and a new paper examining the potential of REDD+ projects to make a greater contribution towards SDG targets. UCCRI is part of a new, multi-university network that will explore...

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Charlotte Payne presented with Public Engagement with Research Award

22 July 2018

July 2018 Congratulations to PhD student Charlotte Payne , who has been awarded one of the Vice-Chancellor’s Public Engagement with Research Award from Cambridge University for her work around edible insects. The University said “Working together with farmers and scientists at every stage, Payne developed a participatory...

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Professor Bhaskar Vira awarded Busk Medal for interdisciplinary research on economy, environment and development

22 May 2018

Professor Bhaskar Vira awarded Busk Medal for interdisciplinary research on economy, environment and development May 2018 Congratulations to UCCRI Director Professor Bhaskar Vira , who has been awarded the Royal Geographical Society's Busk Medal in recognition of his interdisciplinary research on economy, environment and...

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The major barriers to evidence‐informed conservation policy and possible solutions

22 April 2018

The major barriers to evidence‐informed conservation policy and possible solutions April 2018 A new paper looking at barriers to evidence informed conservation policy, written by a team including many UCCRI researchers, has been published. Read the open access paper.

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Sir David Attenborough opens global hub for nature conservation

6 April 2016

The Conservation Research Institute offers an unparalleled opportunity to establish a globally influential programme of research on biodiversity conservation and its impacts. Dr Bhaskar Vira, Director, UCCRI

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