The work of the Arts, Science and Conservation Programme cannot be accomplished in isolation.
Our collaborative, interdisciplinary and participatory approach means that building enabling, and innovative partnerships are essential.
We collaborate with artists, conservationists, producers and scientists.Diverse partnerships with organisations, as well as individuals, are critical to the development of the programme. We work with a wide range of partners, sharing expertise and disciplines and collaborating together on programme concepts and design.
Below are some examples of our partners. Please note that this is not a complete list but gives an idea of the breadth and dynamism of our network:
- Cambridge University Botanic Garden
- Centre for Science and Policy, University of Cambridge
- Commission Projects
- Department of English, Cambridge
- FairWild Foundation
- Festival of Ideas, University of Cambridge
- Global Trees Campaign International Union for Conservation of Nature
- IUCN, International Union for Conservation of Nature
- MAGMA Poetry
- Modern Poetry in Translation
- Museum of Zoology, University of Cambridge
- Pembroke College, Cambridge
- Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew