Our headquarters are located in Cambridge, housed within the the David Attenborough Building on Pembroke Street. The David Attenborough Building is a centre for biodiversity conservation and a vibrant hub of unique collaboration between the University of Cambridge and the Cambridge-based cluster of leading conservation organisations, as well as the Museum of Zoology.
“The world’s biodiversity urgently needs research-driven, innovative and practical solutions for its conservation. By coming together on the Conservation Campus, CCI partners will be better able to integrate their distinct and complementary strengths to tackle the complex challenges facing the natural world in exciting new ways.”
Sir David Attenborough
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One month later, the Partner stands are packed up, the videos and photos taken have been organised and shared, and the discussions and presentations from the diverse colloquies exchanged have sparked new collaborations and lessons learned around the planet. BirdLife ended its Global Partnership Congress on a high note with a 100th anniversary celebratory dinner at London’s famed Victoria & Albert Museum on September 15th. But BirdLife’s partners from around the globe began to arrive the previous Sunday for a packed week of governance meetings and requisite votes to democratically elect its new Global Council and Chairman as well as regional committees. With 119 partners around the globe, this was in and of itself a mammoth organisational undertaking, with live feeds streaming through the planet’s ether to those participants who attended virtually.
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