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Read more at: Redlist Revival: The Life Map

Redlist Revival: The Life Map

27 September 2021

The Life Map has the capacity to democratise and connect data relating to the 16 Components that sustain life (aligned to the SDGs/Global Goals – see attached graphic) so that data is accessible, understandable and usable, providing communities with the details of the resources for which locally they are individually and...

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Read more at: CRI and Cambridge Zero Research Symposium on Nature and Biodiversity

CRI and Cambridge Zero Research Symposium on Nature and Biodiversity

27 September 2021

Are you an Early Career Researcher (Postdoc / PhD student) at Cambridge, working on climate change / net-zero / low-carbon solutions? Would you like to present your research at our upcoming Cambridge Zero Research Symposia? Then please read on for full details and submit your presentation title and abstract by completing...

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Read more at: Decolonizing Rights to Natural Heritage and the Environment

Decolonizing Rights to Natural Heritage and the Environment

20 September 2021

The University of Cambridge’s Indigenous Studies Discussion Group (CRASSH Network 2021–22) and Heritage and Colonialism Discussion Group are seeking a speaker to participate in an in-person panel on Decolonizing Rights to Natural Heritage and the Environment on 27 April 2022, to be held at the Alison Richard Building...

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Read more at: REAP Conference 2021

REAP Conference 2021

13 September 2021

The CambPlants Hub is coordinating the University's participation at REAP Conference 2021 on 10 November, and there are opportunities for you to contribute your research for promotion on the University's stand. We are promoting relevant research and practice from any department/institute/faculty on the University's stand...

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Read more at: Student Conference on Conservation Science (SCCS): Applications Open

Student Conference on Conservation Science (SCCS): Applications Open

13 September 2021

Student Conference on Conservation Science (SCCS) are pleased to announce that they are now accepting applications for their conference which will take place in Cambridge and online in March 2022. The conference aims to bring together conservation scientists in the early stages of their research careers. SCCS also uses its...

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Read more at: MPhil Conservation Leadership 2022/23 Applications Open

MPhil Conservation Leadership 2022/23 Applications Open

7 September 2021

Applications are now open for the Masters in Conservation Leadership 2022-23! Please find a flyer attached with all the key information. The deadline for applications is the 2 nd December 2021 . Once again we have full and partial scholarships available for outstanding students, so nobody should be put off from applying by...

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Read more at: Natural Cambridgeshire: Community grants to support local nature-based projects

Natural Cambridgeshire: Community grants to support local nature-based projects

23 August 2021

Our vision is that by doubling the area of rich wildlife habitats and natural green space, Cambridgeshire and Peterborough will become an outstanding environment where nature and people thrive, and businesses prosper. Cambridgeshire currently has one of the smallest areas of land managed for nature in the country, relative...

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Read more at: Call for 100+ Biodiversity Positive Practices and Actions Around the World

Call for 100+ Biodiversity Positive Practices and Actions Around the World

23 August 2021

We have been invited by Earth Optimism colleagues to share information about ‘100+ Biodiversity Positive Practices and Actions Around the World’, an initiative launched by China Environmental Protection Foundation and the Paradise International Foundation under guidance of CBD Secretariat and Office of the Executive...

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Read more at: The Conversation: IPCC Report 2021

The Conversation: IPCC Report 2021

10 August 2021

Earth has warmed 1.09℃ since pre-industrial times and many changes such as sea-level rise and glacier melt are now virtually irreversible, according to the most sobering report yet by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). The report also found escape from human-caused climate change is no longer possible...

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Read more at: Developing a new Cambridge City Council Biodiversity Strategy – Consultation

Developing a new Cambridge City Council Biodiversity Strategy – Consultation

9 August 2021

The City Council are developing a new Biodiversity Strategy in response to the declared biodiversity emergency and new initiatives such as the recently launched Cambridge Nature Network. The strategy will build upon the work already delivered through our current Nature Conservation Strategy, seeking to: Secure a measurable...

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