A web-based tool, called ENCORE, will help global banks, investors and insurance firms assess the risks that environmental degradation, such as the pollution of oceans or destruction of forests, causes for financial institutions…
Based on individual animals living in the wild today, and the people working to protect them, Wildeverse is an immersive, narrative-based game that allows you to turn your home into a living, breathing jungle…
There are 22 species of albatross in the world. As well as being the largest flying birds on the planet, they are incredibly long-lived and form long pair bonds, with some of the oldest known pairs breeding into their 60’s! ….
Anna Trofimtchouk has a background working on various conservation projects and is now studying for her MPhil in Conservation Leadership at the University of Cambridge.
Dr. Rosie Trevelyan is the Director of the Tropical Biology Association (TBA), an NGO that is building the capacity of conservation professionals from around the world.
Andrew Balmfords research focuses on the costs and benefits of conservation, how to best reconcile conservation and farming and examining what works in conservation.
Caleb Ofori and David Kwarteng are two remarkable Ghanaians who have always had a passion for biodiversity, frogs in particular. This is their story of determination and success in the conservation of endangered species…
Amy Munro-Faure developed a passion for conservation while reading Zoology. She currently coordinates the Living Lab for Sustainability for the University of Cambridge.
Lisa Sabry is studying for her MPhil in Conservation Leadership at the University of Cambridge. She has also has been involved in policy formulation for biodiversity conservation in the Maldives.
Caroline Laurie is Group Head of Sustainability at B&Q where she leads sustainability strategy across the business, driving the delivery of sustainable wood and paper sourcing.