Event /  7 Jul 2022

Knowing Nature: New conservation technologies & knowledge systems to support the SDGs and post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework 

This UN Knowledge Dialogue/High-Level Political Forum Side Event will explore a set of promising scientific and technological innovations that are contributing to assessing and conserving nature, and can potentially contribute towards enhanced success in achieving SDGs 14 and 15 and the goals and targets to be adopted as part of the post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework under the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD).

Online Event
7 Jul 2022
8:00 am ~ 9:30 am America/New_York

This event is in the past.

The event will bring together leading scientists, technology innovators, and users to discuss AI and machine learning, networked sensors, environmental DNA, restoration drones, lasers and lidar, and integrated systems using combinations of these technologies in terrestrial and marine applications.

Speakers will include:

  • Talia Speaker, WILDLABS Research Lead at WWF (@TaliaSpeaker)
  • Dr. Emily Darling, Director of Coral Reefs @Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS)
  • Dr. Hal Holmes, Lead, Conservation Product Engineering @Conservation X Labs (
  • Jon Miller, Chief Technology Officer @Dendra Systems
  • Mr. Denis Duclos, Director of International Relations @National Museum of Natural History, France
  • Deviah Aiama, Conservation Manager @IUCN Green List of Protected and Conservation Areas
  • Dr. Zoe Jewell, Co-Founder and President @Wildtrack.org (@wildtrack

 

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