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Our Mission

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Keynote Talks

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OnStage Discussions

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Mentor Session

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Join us in Open Conservation




To stop wildlife poaching

Whether on land or out at sea, technology can help us protect vulnerable wildlife from poaching and overexploitation.

To provide conservation education

Creating a community of practice around conservation technology and train practitioners.

To harness the power of the crowd

Change conservation from something that we wait for governments or nonprofits do, into something that we are all a part of.

To enable effective reserves

Eliminate paper parks by changing reserve protection to a collaborative effort.

To mitigate environmental impact

Support resilience in dealing with the holocene extinction and climate change.

To monitor shifting ecosystems

Make use of connected conservation devices to get visibility to environmental changes the instant they happen.

Our Team

Shah Selbe

Shah is an engineer, conservation technologist, and National Geographic Explorer that works with communities, NGOs, and developing countries to identify and deploy technologies that can help with their greatest conservation challenges. This includes low-cost observation platforms (conservation drones, acoustic sensors, open source sensors, satellite imagery, etc) and better methods to

Volunteers 2014-2015

  • Elisa Noël
  • Alessandra Rossetti
  • Mark Hopkins
  • Nándor Hegyesi
  • Tristan Thomsen
  • David Guzman
  • Raphael Gruber
  • Zoé Girard
  • Ellen Verstraete
  • Aaron Durey
  • Lucas De Wilde
  • 女 司马
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