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Africa Wildlife Tracking Leverages ORBCOMM’s Satellite IoT Technology to Support Conservation Efforts Around the World

ORBCOMM and Africa Wildlife Tracking (AWT) in Action AWT is leveraging ORBCOMM’s advanced satellite IoT technology to track and monitor animals of all sizes to support their conservation efforts. AWT…

Wildlife conservation undermines the rights of indigenous people and local communities in India

Featured map in the EJAtlas. Credit: Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona An interactive map developed by the Environmental Justice Atlas team at the Institute of Environmental Science and Technology of the…

How to Revolutionize Biodiversity Conservation in the U.S.

The recently released 2020 Democratic Party platform contains a lot of policies that will excite scientists and environmentalists, including an aggressive agenda to fight climate change, the return of science-based…

Funding crisis threatens zoos’ vital conservation work

Zoos’ vital conservation work is being put at risk by a Covid-related funding crisis. Breeding programmes to rescue rare species may have to be cancelled, with many zoos facing the…

Researchers find half of budgets for species conservation is used for monitoring, not protecting

Credit: Pixabay/CC0 Public Domain Researchers from Carleton University and Environment and Climate Change Canada studied recovery plans for more than 2,000 endangered species across the United States, New Zealand and…

At least 28 extinctions prevented by conservation action in recent decades

Credit: CC0 Public Domain Conservation action has prevented the global extinction of at least 28 bird and mammal species since 1993, a study led by Newcastle University, UK and BirdLife…