CCF Organisational Members

A Rocha is an international Christian conservation charity working with a wide range of organizations.
ARCOS is a non-governmental organization established in 1995 whose mission is to enhance biodiversity conservation and sustainable use of natural resources of the Albertine Rift region through the ...
Amphibian and Reptile Conservation is a national wildlife charity committed to conserving amphibians and reptiles and saving the disappearing habitats on which they depend.
The Department of Life Sciences at Anglia Ruskin University is a founding member of the CCF.
ARC Ecological Services Ltd (ARC-ESL) is an ecological and environmental consultancy
The goal of the Arcus Great Apes Program is to ensure the respect and survival of the great apes and their natural habitat.
Biodiversity Business is a Social Enterprise dedicated to saving endangered species and their habitats by creating Shared Value for Biodiversity and Business.
Biodiversity Business is a Social Enterprise dedicated to saving endangered species and their habitats by creating Shared Value for Biodiversity and Business.
The BirdLife Partnership strives to conserve birds, their habitats and global biodiversity, working with people towards sustainability in the use of natural resources.
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.
The BOU was founded in 1858 and is the oldest membership-based ornithological publishing society in the world
The BTO aims to promote and encourage the wider understanding, appreciation and conservation of birds.
Buglife is the first organisation in Europe set up specifically for the conservation of all invertebrates.
The association aims to prevent the extinction of any species of butterfly and moth, especially in Europe
A voluntary group, and registered charity, operating with an extensive network of partners to protect and improve the environment of the River Cam and its tributaries.
Cambridge Sustainable City is Cambridge City Council’s programme of working with partners and the community of Cambridge to improve the environment and promote more sustainable lifestyles.
Cambridge Conservation Volunteers have been working on nature reserves and sites of wildlife interest in and around Cambridge since 1962.
The University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CPSL) is a world leader in building the capacity of business leaders
Affiliated to Town and Gown, the Society is open to all persons interested in Natural History
Cambridge Past, Present & Future – a charity working to keep Cambridge and its surroundings special by influencing planning developments.
Since its foundation, however, the Botanic Garden has also provided a beautiful place for everybody to enjoy and benefit from.
Cambridge University Press dates from 1534, and is the publishing business of the University of Cambridge.
Action with Communities in Rural England
The Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Amphibian and Reptile Group (CPARG) is a non-profit grassroots herpetofauna conservation group.
The Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Biodiversity Partnership promotes the conservation of habitats and species in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough
The Cambridgeshire Bird Club holds regular meetings and workshops, and occasional conferences.
The Cambridgeshire Mammal Group is a group of individuals (all volunteers) whose aim is to look after the health and welfare of the wild mammals of Cambridgeshire.
Recent member of CCF
The Countryside Restoration Trust is a farming and conservation charity dedicated to restoring and protecting the countryside.
The Diocese of Ely is the part of the Church of England serving Cambridgeshire and parts of neighbouring counties.
Environment Africa Trust (EAT) supports organisations working in Sub-Saharan Africa that encourage sound environmental management and biodiversity conservation
Fauna & Flora International (FFI) is the world’s longest established international conservation body, founded 100 years ago.
Since 1989 Froglife has been at the heart of efforts to conserve native amphibians and reptiles.
The International Whaling Commission is the global intergovernmental body charged with the conservation of whales and the management of whaling.
Since 1948 IUCN – The World Conservation Union has endeavoured to influence, encourage and assist societies throughout the world to conserve the integrity and diversity of nature.
The Joint Nature Conservation Committee (JNCC) is the statutory adviser to Government on UK and international nature conservation.
The KBP is a collaborative conservation research and education programme devoted to South Africa's premier estuarine system, the Knysna estuarine bay.
The National Trust manages Wicken Fen which is one of the most important surviving areas of wetland in western Europe.
Natural England is here to conserve and enhance the natural environment, for its intrinsic value, the wellbeing and enjoyment of people and the economic prosperity that it brings.
The Department of Life Sciences at the Open University is a diverse one and includes academics interested in several aspects of Ecology and Wildlife Conservation.
ResourceAfrica works with a range of partners to encourage and deliver new models of resource management based on community participation in which the values of transparency, equity and respect.
The Royal Society of Biology is the professional body for UK biologists. The East Anglia branch arranges events at local level ranging from meetings on professional matters to social gatherings.
The RSPB speaks out for birds and wildlife, tackling the problems that threaten our environment. RSPB is the the largest wildlife conservation organisation in Europe with over one million members.
SWCC was established in March 2011 to help fundraise for important work both home and abroad. It also plays a major role in providing funds for the on-site Hedgehog Hospital.
The Biodiversity Consultancy Ltd (TBC) is a small consultancy that specialises in quantifying biodiversity and in practical approaches to managing complex biodiversity issues.
The Nature Conservancy is a leading conservation organisation working around the world to protect ecologically important lands and waters for nature and people.
The scientific business of SCAR is conducted by its Standing Scientific Groups which represent the scientific disciplines active in Antarctic research and report to SCAR.
TRAFFIC, the wildlife trade monitoring network, works to ensure that trade in wild plants and animals is not a threat to the conservation of nature.
The Tropical Agriculture Association (TAA) is a professional association of individuals, businesses and corporate bodies involved in agricultural development and livelihoods improvement in rural areas
The Tropical Biology Association is dedicated to providing professional training to individuals and institutions involved in conservation and management of tropical environments.
Trumpington Community Orchard runs the orchard on organic lines, and have introduced lots of habitats for wildlife, including beetle banks, bird boxes and bat boxes.
The UK Overseas Territories Conservation Forum exists to promote the conservation of the rich and unique biodiversity, the natural environment and related heritage in the Overseas Territories
The UN Environment World Conservation Monitoring Centre is a world leader in biodiversity knowledge. It is a collaboration between United Nations Environment and the UK non-profit organization, WCMC.
Research in the Division covers a wide range of areas, from primate behaviour, to primate and human evolutionary genetics, human population biology and ecology, Palaeolithic archaeology
The Department of Land Economy is a leading international centre, providing a full programme of taught courses within an intensive, research-oriented environment.
The Department of Plant Sciences is a unique centre of learning in the fundamental plant processes which sustain life on earth, using an understanding of molecular mechanisms and ecological systems to
The Department of Zoology at the University of Cambridge is a founding member of the CCF. Zoology is a large, multi-disciplinary Department.
The Centre is part of the Faculty of Law in the University of Cambridge and one of the Faculty's specialist law centres. The Centre is the scholarly home of international law at Cambridge University.
The Political Ecology of Development group is one of five research clusters in the Department of Geography in Cambridge.
The Wildlife Research Group in the Anatomy School is involved in research on the socio-ecology and conservation biology of endangered wildlife, especially primates.
The Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust (WWT) is a leading conservation organisation saving wetlands for wildlife and people across the world.
The Wildlife Trust is a conservation charity that works for a better future for all aspects of wildlife in our area
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