Smart Earth Network

Smart Earth Network: reimagining the way we conserve nature. SEN is a new social enterprise whose mission is to bring together conservationists and technologists to accelerate innovations that help us better protect our environment. The focus of Smart Earth Network is on two areas : -To enhance systems for monitoring, evaluation, decision-making and action related to conservation biodiversity; -To enhance systems for proving claims made for environmentally accredited products and services. Core Objectives of Smart Earth Network : 1. To create an active community of concerned conservationists, technologists and entrepreneurs focused on IoT enabled innovations to tackle conserv...
Help Save the Royal Hedgehogs!
Hedgehogs are in decline! To protect an endangered species we must understand the factors causing decline. A key tool is the bio-tracker attached to the animal enabling it to be tracked and studied. Current trackers are costly, clumsy and limited in functionality. Working with ecologists studying the last surviving colony of hedgehogs in Central London's Royal parks, our volunteer technologists are developing a new state of the art tracker applicable to many similar projects worldwide. project reportread updates from the field
MammalWeb : Citizens Transforming Conservation
A quarter of our wild mammals face extinction. MammalWeb is a new internet platform to engage citizens in helping to save wildlife and better connect with nature. Building on a successful project created by Durham University, MammalWeb development will enable users to deploy cameras, and classify and analyse photos of mammals for scientific research. It will give everyone a unique opportunity to share experiences and to make a personal and significant contribution to nature conservation. project reportread updates from the field
Save dugongs & sea turtles in the Indian Ocean!
Artisanal fisheries need tools to prevent trapping of dolphins, sea turtles, and dugongs in their nets. We work with conservationist NGO C-3 and communities in the Philippines and elsewhere. We are providing practical solutions which protect endangered species, and sustain local livelihoods and eco-tourism. Using our smartphone app, fishermen are already monitoring dugongs. Next we are developing devices to attach to their nets to reduce the by-catch of large and endangered species. project reportread updates from the field
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