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Daniel Brizuela

Daniel Brizuela

Traceability (knowing where products come from and how they are made) is a foundational pre-cursor for many sustainability interventions. While many tools have been developed to offer high-level insight about the products and commodities... Sustainable Fishing Challenges, Wildlife Crime, AI for Conservation Thursday 26 November, 2015
Vanessa Dick

Vanessa Dick

The 2015 Fuller Symposium brought together thought leaders in science, policy, business, conservation and development to tackle emerging issues facing our planet. This framing piece was developed to support a Fuller Workshop discussion on... Wildlife Crime, AI for Conservation Thursday 26 November, 2015
Peter Jacobs

Peter Jacobs

Can games raise awareness of conservation issues like the illegal wildlife trade? In part one of his case study for the Gaming for Conservation Group, Peter Jacobs discusses how United for Wildlife is partnering with the Runescape and... Citizen Science, Wildlife Crime, Software and Mobile Apps Wednesday 25 November, 2015
Tim Wilkinson

Tim Wilkinson

The speed at which data travels from the point of collection to a format which is understandable and useful for decision makers can be of critical importance. In this case study, Tim Wilkinson discusses a powerful suite of tools developed... Climate Change, AI for Conservation, Data management and processing tools , Software and Mobile Apps, Remote Sensing & GIS Friday 6 November, 2015
Sarah Kuppert

Sarah Kuppert

Environmental DNA (eDNA) is nuclear or mitochondrial DNA that is released from an organism into the environment. Sources of eDNA include secreted faeces, mucous, gametes, shed skin, hair and carcasses. In this article, Sarah Kuppert... Citizen Science, Wildlife Crime, eDNA & Genomics Monday 2 November, 2015
Chris Sandbrook

Chris Sandbrook

New technologies offer a lot of potential for conservation, but are there potential risks to deploying these new technologies? In this first thought piece for the Ethics of Conservation Tech Group, Dr Chris Sandbrook makes the argument for... AI for Conservation, Camera Traps, Drones, Sensors Monday 2 November, 2015
Rachel Kramer

Rachel Kramer

The illegal trade in wildlife, seafood and timber is emptying our planet’s savannas, oceans and forests. Basic and advanced technology tools can be applied to combat wildlife crime, but these won’t save species unless rangers, resource... Friday 30 October, 2015
Nilanga Jayasinghe

Nilanga Jayasinghe

Human-wildlife conflict (HWC) is when interactions between humans and wildlife lead to negative impact on both sides through fear, injuries, death, and loss of property or livelihoods. In this thought piece for the HWC Group, Nilanga... Thursday 29 October, 2015