The natural world is in crisis. More than 1 million species are at risk of extinction. We must act to reverse these trends. Connected Conservation brings together local people, partners and technology companies to recover wildlife, provide local education and support communities.
By 2030, using technology we aim to multiply conservation capacity to protect 10 million hectares of vital habitat, recover populations of more than 50+ threatened species and improve the lives of more than 10,000 local people.
Working together to restore 50+ species and 10,000,000 hectares by 2030.
TECHNOLOGY IS OUR BIG MULTIPLIER, GIVING US AN EXTRAORDINARY JUMP AHEAD IN OUR CAPACITY TO RESPOND TO CONSERVATION ISSUES.Ian Craig, Executive Director, Lewa Wildlife Conservancy
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for 30+ threatened species
established as hubs for real-time data analysis
with connectivity and communications
in the first 18 months of our pilot project, when coupling tech and management
Northern Rangelands Trust (NRT) and Connected Conservation are safeguarding Kenya's most vulnerable species and natural resources with Africa’s largest landscape-wide IoT (Internet of Things) conservation network.
Partnerships are vital for long-term success. We are grateful to our founding partners, field partners, technology partners and supporters.