Welcome to Cambridge Conservation Forum (CCF)

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Cambridge Conservation Forum's purpose is to strengthen links and develop collaborations across the diverse community of conservation practitioners and researchers based in and around Cambridge working at local, national and international levels. Some 60 organisations based in the Cambridge area, whose primary focus is the conservation of biodiversity, are currently members of CCF including non-governmental conservation organisations, government agencies, university departments and consultancies. CCF is a founder member of the Cambridge Conservation Initiative (CCI), which grew out of long-standing collaborations between Cambridge Conservation Forum member organisations. These organisations remain important contributing members of CCF, as well as forging more formal working arrangements in collaborative projects as part of the CCI.

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Upcoming Events

Event Date: 
22 Nov 2017 - 09:00
Type: 
Member Events
The conference aims to cultivate emerging knowledge for solving the interconnected issues of ecosystem resilience, increasing agricultural productivity and sustaining livelihoods under climate change
Event Date: 
24 Nov 2017 -
12:30 to 13:30
Type: 
CCF Events
Video presentation with Mr Romano De Vivo on landscape connectivity, addressing multiple social and economic targets that depend partly or wholly on the benefits that ecosystems provide to people.
Event Date: 
25 Nov 2017 -
19:00 to 23:30
Type: 
Other Events
A charity evening in aid of the World Land Trust at St Paul's Church, Cambridge CB2 1JP

Latest News

Post date: 
6 Nov 2017 - 11:30
Type: 
CCF News
Recognition of the assistance CCF can give in writing academic papers.
Post date: 
30 Oct 2017 - 11:15
Type: 
Member News
This paper assesses the intricate interaction of two genera of Staphylinidae beetles (Ecitophya and Ecitomorpha) with different species of the neotropical army ant genus Eciton.
Post date: 
26 Oct 2017 - 12:15
Type: 
Other News
A new MS program emphasizing international diversity, entrepreneurship and data-driven action to achieve conservation at scale.

Featured Members

British Antarctic Survey (BAS) is one of the world's leading environmental research centres and is responsible for the UK's national scientific activities in Antarctica.
PJ.elements provides project development, photography and fund raising support to environmental and community organisations
The Wildlife Trust is a conservation charity that works for a better future for all aspects of wildlife in our area

Initiatives

The lastest report 'Reducing the carbon footprint of conservation organisations. A review of experience and best practice in the Cambridge conservation community' was launched on 26th June.
A request for collaborative involvement from the Knysna Basin Project
This ongoing work, originally funded by the MacArthur Foundation in May 2004, aims to develop tools for evaluating the success of conservation efforts in order to help identify those approaches ...

Job Opportunities

Application Deadline: 
19 Nov 2017
We are seeking an experienced, highly motivated candidate for the role of Project Manager - South East Asia Forest Policy, based with the Malaysian Nature Society in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Application Deadline: 
19 Nov 2017
We are seeking a capable, well-organised and hardworking candidate for the role of Project Officer - South East Asia Forest Policy, based in Cambridge.
Application Deadline: 
20 Nov 2017
A full-time European Project Manager is sought for the implementation and management of Inspire4Nature: an upcoming collaborative EU research project.

Latest Reports

Type: 
Reports
CCI’s Five Year Plan 2015-2020 sets out the activities that CCI partners wish to collaborate on over the next 5 years, building on CCI's Strategy 2012-2020. N.B. CCF is a CCI partner.
Type: 
Symposium Proceedings
85 CCF members gathered at the Cambridge Judge Business School for this annual event
Type: 
Symposium Proceedings
CCF Summer Symposium 2014 - Presentations, biographies, abstracts, messages from interactive and panel sessions and symposium photographs