Pioneering Wildlife Protection

Dive into a realm of innovation and dedication with these pioneering wildlife protection initiatives. From reintroducing endangered species to implementing cutting-edge monitoring techniques, these Solutions exemplify the tireless efforts to safeguard our planet's precious biodiversity.

Trained scent detection HeroRATs
Human resources for rat training
Tech4Nature Mexico
Multi-stakeholder alliance
Community co-design and engagement
Camera traps and eco-acoustic monitoring devices deployment
Image recognition algorithms for jaguar detection and identification
Acoustic monitoring and analyses
Generation of inputs for the strengthening of AI tools and resources for biodiversity protection
Justin Gilligan
Organisational commitment to a bold vision
Strong scientific foundation
Sufficient long-term funding
Community engagement and volunteering
Adobe Stock
East Europe
Connectivity Conservation Specialist Group
Turtle Foundation
Application of a team of conservation dogs and dog-handlers
Application of a team consists of drone pilots equipped with modern night vision technology (drones and binoculars with thermal imaging technology)
Close cooperation with law enforcement authorities
Thorge Heuer
Mapping wildlife corridors linking Protected Areas using satellite tracking of elephants
Rapid Response Units as a short-term solution ensuring immediate physical and livelihood security
Human-Elephant Conflict mitigation through soft barriers protecting crop fields
Identifying and implementing alternative, income-generating elephant unpalatable crops as soft barriers to subsistence crops
Cat Tien National Park
Reintroduction of a Siamese Crocodile population in Bau Sau lake, Cat Tien National Park
Mitigation of human pressures on the park’s natural resources
Photo courtesy of Rod Khattabi
East and South Africa
Southeast Asia
South Asia
East Asia
Forensic accounting for wildlife trafficking interdiction
Cooperation – Enhancing information sharing across jurisdictions
Uniform sentencing
Governance assessment of the protected area
Integrated action planning by stakeholders
1. Identification of the low genetic diversity and small population size of beavers in Knapdale.
2. Identify the sources of additional beavers to be used to reinforce the population.
3. Translocation of additional beavers into Knapdale to reinforce populations
4. Post-release monitoring and genetic monitoring
Adobe Stock
East Asia
Connectivity Conservation Specialist Group
©Namibian Partnerships against Environmental Crime
Interagency cooperation
Direct, fast and flexible external funding support for law enforcement and related needs
Use of all available technologies and tools
Strategic planning and innovative action
Patricio Macas-Pogo
Capacitación a actores locales
Concientización sobre la importancia de las tortugas charapas
Repoblación participativa de tortugas charapas