Hi Richard, I've been working with Kerinci Seblat National Park in Sumatra for the better part of 20 years focusing primarily to countering tiger and other wildlife poaching and IWT in/around one of the largest national parks in Asia, might be good to talk, at very least you would have a better... (read more)
A cool event coming up is the First Americas Regional Conference on the Illegal Trade in Wildlife, which will be hosted by the Government of Peru on the 3rd and 4th of October 2019.
The Conference will be the first regional meeting of the Americas on the issue of... (read more)
The Knowledge Transfer Network helps businesses get the best out of creativity, ideas and the latest discoveries, to strengthen the UK economy and improve people’s lives.
We have recently launched the KTN Geospatial Insight SIG and are working to develop a community of geospatial... (read more)
Thanks for the wonderful answer to Nik's query, Joachim! I think you covered everything, but to put a cap on it: for our good to make a long term impact, it has to survive the long term. That means we'll have to have a plan for long-term sustainability. That doesn't necessarily mean selling... (read more)
Rachel has asked that I tell you a bit about who we are and what we do and how we think we can help this group.
We are one of the 16 winners in the Wildlife Crime Tech Challenge,a nd are looking forward to cooperating and coordianting with those involved in the fight... (read more)
This post made me wander whether we could employ social media listening tools to identify illegal wildlife trade hotspots, levels, changes in attitude towards IWT products etc.? Perhaps already being done? Here's some case studies from Brandwatch of how brands are using social media listening:... (read more)