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SMART technology transforms conservation at over 1,000 of the world’s most important biodiversity sites

A team of conservationists is launching a major upgrade to SMART - the world’s leading protected area management tool helping conservation practitioners in 70 countries to collect, interpret and use information to make decisions and inform strategies over time with reliable, quantitative data.

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‘I want to be nature’s voice’

Everything that Lucrescencia Macuacua does is to honour her mother, including becoming a field ranger. “My mother loved animals,” says the 35-year-old, who works in the Limpopo National Park in Mozambique. “She even named...

Moving Giants Program Helps Secure Future for Baby Elephants

Recently, the Moving Giants project, which is translocating 200 elephants from South Africa to Zinave National Park in Mozambique, celebrated the birth of elephant calves, spotted in Zinave for the first time in...

Microsoft Launches ‘Planetary Computer’ to Reach Biodiversity Goals

Microsoft is creating a new Planetary Computer platform to provide insights about species, biodiversity, and ecosystems. The move represents the next step in the company’s 2020 sustainability efforts, according to the tech giant....

My cattle, your rhinos: South Africa’s poverty-and-wildlife conundrum

Meat Naturally, Conservation South Africa and Herding 4 Health – Peace Parks Foundation have entered into a partnership to replicate a rangeland restoration model across four transboundary national parks spanning Botswana, Mozambique, South...

Lozis Embrace Replica Skins to Save Leopards

The royal paddlers of the Nalikwanda, the Litunga’s royal boat, will be updating an old tradition by adorning themselves in their newly acquired Heritage Furs, fabric replica leopard and serval cat skins.

A solar-powered ‘Meerkat’ is protecting South Africa’s rhinos

In South Africa's biggest national park, a camouflaged system of radars, cameras and sensors stands guard. The solar-powered technology is helping to protect Kruger National Park's rhinos from poachers, and the country's tourism industry...

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