Anglia Ruskin University
The Department of Life Sciences at Anglia Ruskin University is a founding member of the CCF. Life Sciences is a diverse department actively involved in Ecology, Conservation, Wildlife Management and Behavioural Ecology. There are programmes at the undergraduate level in Ecology and Conservation and Animal Behaviour. Postgraduate research is conducted in all these areas. Our staff is active in research and applied programmes in conservation at a variety of levels. We collaborate with a numerous individuals, organisations and institutions. Within Anglia Ruskin University there are strong links with and participation in the Environmental Sciences Research Centre. International work includes projects in Africa, Asia and Latin America. Current projects include behavioural research and capacity building in Tanzania and Indonesia, restoration ecology in the Fenlands of East Anglia, the progress of alien species in the UK and fisheries management, among other topics. See: www.anglia.ac.uk/lifesci and www.anglia.ac.uk/envsci.