In 2016 the Museum of Zoology and the Cambridge Conservation Initiative (CCI) will be co-located in the Arup Building, in the centre of Cambridge, bringing together a renowned Zoology Museum with a
Part II of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s fifth assessment report, published at the end of March, reported that climate change is altering species’ distributions and populations wi
At the end of January 2014 Dr Jon Hutton gave a presentation, on behalf of the Cambridge Conservation Initiative, at the World Economic Forum meeting in Davos.
Despite the Cambridge Conservation Initiative’s partners having an exceptional reputation for robust science and policy development, they continue to face significant challenges a
Biodiversity conservation has been an important area of research at the University of Cambridge for many years and academics within this field were instrumental in the creation of
This week, a number of conservationists are meeting with representatives from Mexico, India and Brazil to discuss the governance and identification of Key Biodiversity Areas (KBAs
Increasing attention is being given to the benefits that people derive from biodiversity, in the form of ecosystem services such as food, clean water and climate regulation.
Biodiversity conservation is concerned not only with the preservation and management of species and habitats but also with understanding the complex web of ecosystem functions and how these underpi
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,