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Alumni stories #01: Rosalind Helfand

31 March 2022

Rosalind Helfand, from the 2018-19 cohort, is based in Los Angeles, California. Since graduating Rosalind founded PAJE Consulting for environmental and social policy issues, where she is working with non-profits and government at the local, state, and global levels on projects like engaging the state of California with the...

Announcement of the SCLA Fund projects 2021-22

21 February 2022

From the first Conservation ActionLAB, to a global green recovery collaborative, to education in the Pantanal, the first three Sansom Conservation Leadership Alumni (SCLA) Fund projects have been announced. The SCLA Fund has been established with thanks to the generosity of Robert Sansom to support high impact conservation...

Global action

19 January 2022

Rob Sassor (cohort 2010-11) is featured in this article in CAM magazine, showcasing what Cambridge alumni are doing to lead the fight against climate change. Find out more about Rob's work here

The Cambridge Masters in Conservation Leadership is a ground-breaking course that equips students with the applied leadership and management skills needed to create positive change in conservation. The Masters is hosted in the Department of Geography and delivered in collaboration with the Cambridge Conservation Initiative in the David Attenborough Building. 

Applications for the 2023-24 course are now closed. Applications for 2024-25 will open in September 2023.