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17 May 2018
The Cambridge Conservation Initiative (CCI) is a unique collaboration between the University of Cambridge and leading biodiversity conservation organisations in and around Cambridge. The CCI partners...
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17 Apr 2018
Around three quarters of food crops depend on pollination, making pollinators worth up to US$577 billion annually, of which half comes from wild pollinators. However, pollinator populations are...
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17 Apr 2018
The CCI Collaborative Fund for Conservation is now open for the 2018 funding round. The fund is one of CCI's mechanisms for supporting collaboration between CCI partners. CCI is looking for...
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22 Mar 2018
The Cambridge Conservation Initiative (CCI) is a unique collaboration between the University of Cambridge and leading biodiversity conservation organisations in and around Cambridge. The CCI partners...
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14 Mar 2018
The David Attenborough Building in central Cambridge is a hub for global biodiversity conservation. The Building is home to academics and practitioners engaged in many aspects of understanding and...
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21 Dec 2017
A revised version of the interactive Toolkit for Ecosystem Service Site-based Assessment (TESSA) was launched online today. Ecosystems provide us with an extensive range of benefits such as the...
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8 Dec 2017
The CCI community is deeply saddened at the sudden loss of Dr Tony Whitten, Senior Advisor at Fauna & Flora International (FFI), and a former CCI Council member. Tony’s passion for conservation...
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21 Nov 2017
Fragmentation and loss of habitat have been identified as key factors hampering biodiversity conservation in Europe. Experts are currently gathering at a two-day workshop hosted at the David...
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14 Nov 2017
PRISM, a new evaluation toolkit, has been launched to help conservation practitioners improve the way they evaluate the outcomes and impacts of conservation projects. PRISM has been developed by a...
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26 Sep 2017
A new study, funded by the CCI Collaborative Fund, has shown the potential vulnerability of birds and bats around the world to collide with wind turbines. The paper, recently published in Proceedings...
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