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Below are a selection of online talks from UCCRI registered members
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Dr Bhaskar Vira, Director, UCCRI

Dr Mike Rands, Director of Cambridge Conservation Initiative

Professor Bill Adams, Head of Department of Geography

Professor Andrew Balmford, Department of Zoology

Professor Bill Sutherland, Department of Zoology

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Humanitas Lectures and symposium - Professor Gretchen Daily

 

 

 

 

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Bill Adams is Moran Professor of Conservation and Development in the Department of Geography in the University of Cambridge and currently Head of Department.  He works on the evolution of ideas in conservation and sustainable development, and what happens when they are applied.   He teaches on the Geography undergraduate programme, and the MPhils in Conservation Leadership and Environment, Society and Development.  Dr Chris Sandbrook is Lecturer in Conse
rvation Leadership at UNEP-World Conservation Monitoring Centre, and an affiliated lecturer in the Department of Geography at the University of Cambridge.  He helps to run the MPhil in Conservation Leadership, an 11 month masters degree that seeks to deliver a world-class and interdisciplinary education in conservation leadership. 

See Bill and Chris's blog 'Thinking Like A Human' 


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Libby Blanchard is a Gates Cambridge Scholar and PhD candidate at the University of Cambridge, where she studies political ecology, political economy and climate change policy in the department of geography.  Libby has registered with the UCCRI and you can find her details in our people directory.  Meantime, check out Libby's blog 

 

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Jonny Hanson is a PhD researcher at the University of Cambridge, where he studies the relationships between people and snow leopards in Nepal. Jonny is registered with the UCCRI and you can find his details in our People Directory. He currently has a blog on his snow leopard research whilst he works in Nepal. See Jonny's blog 
 


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