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wildlife conservation leaders

TRAFFIC has over 170 staff working on five continents towards the shared goal of reducing the pressure of unsustainable trade on natural biodiversity.

We are part of the Cambridge Conservation Initiative - based in the David Attenborough Building - a hub which brings together Cambridge University and several international NGOs striving for sustainability and to conserve nature.

Our team includes experts from a plethora of backgrounds. Whether biologists, conservationists, academics, researchers, communicators or investigators, we all work to ensure TRAFFIC's essential work brings about lasting change where it is most needed. TRAFFIC has over four decades of experience in taking action on wildlife trade issues.

"The work of the Cambridge Conservation Initiative is so exceptional. By bringing together leaders in research, practice, policy and teaching, we stand the greatest chance of developing the solutions required to save our planet. I am enormously proud that these collaborations are occurring in a building bearing my name."

Sir David Attenborough.


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a presence in 15 countries on five continents


reports out since 2010


members of staff worldwide

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