University of Cambridge Conservation Research Institute

University of Cambridge Conservation Research Institute

One of the key aims of the University of Cambridge Conservation Institute is to promote meaningful dialogue within and between biological, physical and social aspects of biodiversity conservation across the University, as well as facilitating challenging programmes of work that allow both academics and practitioners to develop a mutual appreciation of assumptions, methods and ways of working across the conservation-related research community. For biodiversity conservation to be effective, knowledge of how to protect and manage species and landscapes needs to be accompanied by an understanding of how ecosystems function, and, crucially, how these factors interact with people. By enabling such collaborative research, the UCCRI aims to provide a major contribution to achieving global sustainability and securing human well-being. 

Contacts
Type of organisation: 
Other (Private/Educational)
Contacts: 

Alison Harvey

E-mail: uccri-administrator@conservation.cam.ac.uk

Tel. +44 01223 333389

Administrative Office:
University of Cambridge Conservation Research Institute
Room 209
William Hardy Building
Downing Site

Email: uccri-administrator@conservation.cam.ac.uk
Telephone: 01223 333389
 

Postal Address:
University of Cambridge Conservation Research Institute
c/o Department of Geography
University of Cambridge
Downing Site
Cambridge
CB2 3EN, UK

Telephone: 01223 333399
Website: http://research-institute.conservation.cam.ac.uk/
 

About us

The Poverty and Conservation Learning Group is an international network of organisations that promotes learning on the linkages between biodiversity conservation and poverty reduction.

More about us

IIED The Poverty and Conservation Learning Group is a project coordinated by IIED.

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