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A Global Deal for Nature: A Roadmap for Saving Life on Earth

Scientists from RESOLVE’s Biodiversity and Wildlife program co-authored “A Global Deal for Nature: Guiding Principles, Milestones, and Targets”, a paper published in Science Advances.

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A Global Deal for Nature: A Roadmap for Saving Life on Earth

Scientists from RESOLVE’s Biodiversity and Wildlife program co-authored “A Global Deal for Nature: Guiding Principles, Milestones, and Targets”, a paper published in Science Advances.

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A Global Deal for Nature: A Roadmap for Saving Life on Earth

Scientists from RESOLVE’s Biodiversity and Wildlife program co-authored “A Global Deal for Nature: Guiding Principles, Milestones, and Targets”, a paper published in Science Advances.

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TrailGuard AI in the News

TrailGuard™ AI, the latest version of RESOLVE’s anti-poaching system uses Intel-powered artificial intelligence (AI) technology to detect poachers before they can kill wildlife.

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PBS Reports on RESOLVE

Today, PBS reported on the success of RESOLVE’s project, with the Tanzanian Wildlife Research Institute and the Mara Elephant Project, using hobby drones to prevent human-wildlife conflict near the Tarangire and Serengeti National Parks in Tanzania.

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A Global Deal for Nature

Concerns about climate change prompted the recent Paris Agreement, a deal for coordinated global action which sets a clear, scientifically based target for ensuring a safe climate. On this Earth Day, 2017, we propose a companion pact—a Global Deal for NatureTM—to protect nature and the diversity of life on our planet.

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Hobby Drones, Repurposed as Peacekeepers

A study out this week finds that low-cost drones helps protect elephants by preventing human-elephant conflict in farmland near Tarangire and Serengeti National Parks in Tanzania. The project, designed by RESOLVE’s Biodiversity and Wildlife Solutions program, in partnership with Tanzanian Wildlife officials and the Mara Elephant Project, works by using the drones to safely shepherd elephants away from farms and communities—where conflict can cause more elephant deaths than poaching.

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Tigers Can Come Back From Brink of Extinction

Satellite analysis reveals tiger habitats are more intact than expected: an area large enough to double the wild tiger population remains

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New Efforts to Combat Wildlife Trafficking

As part of the Administration’s National Strategy for Combating Wildlife Trafficking to stop the illegal trade of wildlife into the United States, President Obama announced the formation of the U.S. Wildlife Trafficking Alliance (USWTA) on July 31, 2015. RESOLVE played a catalytic role in building the USWTA partnership.

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A New Online Hub for Innovation to Save Earth’s Biodiversity

RESOLVE’s Biodiversity and Wildlife Solutions program has joined forces with the World Resources Institute (WRI) and the environmental news website Mongabay.com to develop an online platform, wildtech.mongabay.com, to spark and share innovative, technology-driven solutions to address the alarming decline of Earth’s biodiversity.

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Expanding Commercial Agriculture without Clearing Pristine Rainforest

RESOLVE’s Dr. Eric Dinerstein and colleagues at Woods Hole Research Center, World Wildlife Fund, and University of Minnesota have identified 125 million hectares (309 million acres) of degraded lands in the tropics that could support expansion of commercial agriculture for another 25-50 years without clearing more pristine rainforest.

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6th Sustainability Breakfast Features New Technologies

RESOLVE hosted the sixth in our ongoing Sustainability Breakfast series. The event – “Eat a Bear Claw, Save an Elephant” – focused on the nexus of technology and wildlife biodiversity challenges.

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