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12 November 2015 2:26pm
Welcome! I work with WWF in Washington, DC on the Wildlife Crime Technology Project and with TRAFFIC, the wildlife trade monitoring network. I'm passionate about harnessing the power of technology to sustain biodiversity for future generations.
Join me in the WILDLABS.NET Wildlife Crime group to share information and learning on technology that can support users to stop the poaching, stop the trafficking and stop the illegal buying of wildlife.
Don't forget to check out WWF's Fuller Symposium Wired in the Wild: Can Technology Save the Planet? at National Geographic Society on November 18, 2015! The event is free and open to the public. Talks by some of today's brightest green minds will be streamed live online for remote viewers.