The Endangered Landscapes Programme is managed by the Cambridge Conservation Initiative (CCI), a unique collaboration between nine leading biodiversity conservation organisations based in and around the city of Cambridge, and the University of Cambridge.
By catalysing strategic partnerships between leaders in research, education, policy and practice CCI aims to transform the global understanding and conservation of biodiversity and, through this, secure a sustainable future for biodiversity and society. The ten CCI partners are The University of Cambridge, BirdLife International, British Trust for Ornithology (BTO), Cambridge Conservation Forum (CCF), IUCN, Fauna & Flora International (FFI), RSPB, TRAFFIC, Tropical Biology Association (TBA), UNEP-WCMC.
By bringing together the academic excellence of the university and the experience of its organisational partners, CCI has created a space where research, policy, practice and communication expertise can coalesce to provide effective outcomes for biodiversity conservation.
CCI manages a number of collaborative programmes which work towards its vision and strategy, of which the Endangered Landscapes Programme is one – addressing CCI’s commitment to transformative action on restoring landscapes.