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Lars Holst Hansen

Lars Holst Hansen

Digital monitoring tools are helping rangers protect wildlife in South America's Atlantic Forest. Could sound-based maps pin down the poaching threat? Acoustics
Cassie Anderson

Cassie Anderson

Using geospatial data and the TNFD L.E.A.P approach to assess nature-related risks, impacts and opportunities in supply chains. Earth Observation 101 Community, Remote Sensing & GIS, Software and Mobile Apps
Jordan  Steward

Jordan Steward

Here are a few key insights from this year's event that we're carrying into 2024. Protected Area Management Tools, AI for Conservation
Ann Wambui

Ann Wambui

The Reticulated giraffe ( Giraffa reticulata ), recognized as a distinct giraffe species in recent studies, has encountered significant declines in population over the past few decades. Although recent data suggests a possible upturn in... Women in Conservation Tech Programme (WiCT)
Sherril Phyllis

Sherril Phyllis

Disseminating research data is essential for building a collaborative and informed approach to community conservation, ensuring that interventions are locally initiated, well-directed, sustainable, and inclusive. Women in Conservation Tech Programme (WiCT)
Christine Mwaniki

Christine Mwaniki

Wildlife crimes continue to impede law enforcement efforts in many African countries despite efforts by governments and stakeholders. The Tsavo ecosystem, located in Kenya experiences its fair share of these activities where in particular... Women in Conservation Tech Programme (WiCT)
Zipporah Nyokabi Mureithi

Zipporah Nyokabi Mureithi

As I sit down and reflect on my journey, I cannot help but express my hearty gratitude to the organizers of WICT Programme 2022.  East Africa Community, Women in Conservation Tech Programme (WiCT)
Eunice Kamau

Eunice Kamau

The Somali ostrich (Struthio molybdophanes) also known as the blue-necked ostrich, is a large, flightless and non-migratory bird native to the Horn of Africa (Ethiopia, Somalia, Djibouti and Kenya). It was previously considered a... East Africa Community, Women in Conservation Tech Programme (WiCT)
Tobias Petri

Tobias Petri

For the current e-obs newsletter, Chris Beirne and I have summarized our previous work on the annotation of King vultures in Costa Rica. AI for Conservation, Biologging
Alejandra Parreno

Alejandra Parreno

News from a grant to explore potential projects for monitoring biodiversity in latin american countries AI for Conservation
Xavier Mouy

Xavier Mouy

The IQOE Task Team on Low-Cost Hydrophones for Research, Education, and Citizen Science is looking for industry partners to develop a low-cost hydrophone. Acoustics, Open Source Solutions, Sensors
Szilvia Szilagyi

Szilvia Szilagyi

How to engage decision makers for a more sustainable land management for both citizens and landowners in developing countries.  Acoustics