Human Wildlife Conflict Tech Challenge

In India alone, an average of 400 people and 100 elephants are killed every year as a result of human-wildlife conflict.…

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GIS

GIS, or Geographic Information Systems, play a crucial role in nature conservation. Every day, mapping and spatial analysis are aiding…

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Camera Traps

Camera traps have been a key part of the conservation toolkit for decades. Remotely triggered video or still cameras allow…

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Ethics of Conservation Tech

Over the last few years the conservation movement has been enthusiastically deploying new technologies that make it possible to observe…

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Wildlife Crime

Technology can be applied to combat wildlife crime, but it won’t save species unless rangers, resource managers, communities, law enforcement,…

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Sensors

Sensors equip a range of tools to enhance monitoring capacity for conservation. Some of these technologies, like camera traps, have been…

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