From Key Biodiversity Areas to marine ecosystem services, via crop eco-certification and the world’s most threatened feline, the Cambridge Conservation Initiative (CCI) is pleased to announce the s
This 5 minute montage will give you a flavour of the CCI Conservation Campus launch event which took place at the University of Cambridge Senate House on April 02, 2013 and attended by over 400 gue
Showcasing three CCI Funded Collaborative Projects - overview of results, lessons learnt & the opportunities & challenges of working collaboratively
Planning how to adapt to a changing climate is going to be increasingly essential.
A key topic of discussion when IPBES – the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services – meets for its first plenary meeting in Bonn between the 21st and 26th J
Ecosystem services are not only valuable economically but also essential for human well-being and survival and this is increasingly being used as an argument for conserving biodiversity and habitat