The contractors refurbishing the building that will house the conservation campus have launched a website about the building and their work there.
A free online resource designed to act as a central hub where biodiversity conservation organisations can download tools, contribute their expertise, and learn from one another to strengthen their
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