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The conservationist who started a Twitter trend and saved Nairobi’s wildlife

27 April 2021

Current student, Nyandire Reinhard is interviewed as part of the ' This Cambridge Life ' series on how he used Twitter to save wildlife in Nairobi, Read the article here

Saving cancer-treating yew trees in Nepal

27 January 2021

Recent graduate of the Masters' Kumar Paudel (2019-20), and his team at Greenhood Nepal are leading efforts to save cancer treating yew trees in Nepal. Kumar is also a Conservation Leadership Programme alum, and they have written a blog post about his work, which can be found here

The conservationist, the herders and the fashionistas

27 January 2021

Recent graduate Onon Bayasgalan (2019-20), is featured in 'This Cambridge Life', a series in the University's Research Horizons magazine. Onon helps herders in her home country, Mongolia, to preserve livelihoods and lands that are under threat from the luxury fashion industry. See the full article 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 2022-23 course are now closed. 2023-24 applications open early September 2022.