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Climbing mountains and breaking down doors

Six months into my Turner Fellowship and the shape of the mountain range I am trying to climb is becoming…

CCI Knowledge-Exchange Student Esme Ashe-Jepson shares how a unique collaboration helped her create impact for nature that can be seen from space

My studentship has recently come to an end, I handed in my final corrected thesis a few weeks ago. It…

Singing the sounds of nature, connection and memory in Romania’s Carpathian Mountains

The arts and cultural practice provide a compelling route into understanding how people are connected to landscapes. The Endangered Landscapes…

Notes From The Field – Knowledge Exchange Student Joycelyn Longdon arrives in Ghana

2022 CCI Knowledge Exchange Student Joycelyn Longdon recently arrived in Ghana in preparation for her field studies there. She will…

The economic consequences of conserving or restoring sites for nature

A great new study came out in Nature Sustainability this week, based on one of CCI’s most enduring relationships –…

Citizen Science for Conservation: February 2021 blog entry

The following blog is written by Rosie Trevelyan, Director, Tropical Biology Association (project lead for the CCI Collaborative Fund project…

Deciding to harm nature – an opinion piece by Buglife, CCF member

This opinion piece is written Andrew Whitehouse and Matt Shardlow of Buglife, based on a longer piece published by Buglife.…

Perseverance in a pandemic: an ELP fieldwork update from Polesia

Written by Dr Adham Ashton-Butt, Senior Research Ecologist at the British Trust for Ornithology (project partner in the Endangered Landscapes…

The struggle to conserve species that are high value commodities – the case of tuna

An opinion piece by Mialy Andriamahefazafy, an alumna of the MPhil in Conservation Leadership, University of Cambridge. Tuna is everywhere!…

Nature and people’s subjective wellbeing: Does it matter how close someone lives to a protected area?

The European Union recently published its new Biodiversity strategy setting some of the most ambitious targets in its history. A…

A comment on the Leaders’ Pledge for Nature: do the actions match the words?

An opinion piece by Martin Harper, Global Conservation Director, RSPB and CCI Council member. The Prime Minister made a major…

Approaching conservation as a system

An opinion piece by Henry Rees, Conservation Leadership Programme Programme Officer Not long ago, when I was at a very…