Conserving our natural capital

A symposium convened by the Cambridge Conservation Initiative at the Cambridge Judge Business School

The twenty-first century is a time of great fragility where radical measures to conserve the Earth's biodiversity and the natural capital it represents must be taken if humanity is to live sustainably.

On 15 September 2010, the Cambridge Conservation Initiative brought together a unique combination of policy makers, academics, public figures and business leaders to debate the global challenges of sustaining the world's natural capital.

“I am sure there is nothing more important in the world today than what you are doing here.” - Sir David Attenborough

Cambridge Conservation Initiative partners

Link to Birdlife International - Working together for birds and people British Trust for Ornithology The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds Tropical Biology Association Link to IUCN, the International Union for Conservation of Nature Link to Fauna & Flora International Link to The Cambridge Conservation Forum Link to TRAFFIC, the wildlife trade monitoring network Link to United Nations Environment Programme - World Conservation Monitoring Centre