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Improving biodiversity outcomes through innovative technology – please complete survey now!

Do you use technology to mitigate impact to biodiversity and support the implementation of the mitigation hierarchy? If yes, we would like to hear from you! Your experience and insight could help make existing and emerging technologies more effective.

Conservation International and The Biodiversity Consultancy are conducting an online survey about the use, and potential use of innovative technologies to mitigate impacts to biodiversity and support the implementation of the mitigation hierarchy. The survey will ask you to provide up to three examples of technology use and information on how you feel they have, or could, improve biodiversity management in the field.

The data you provide will be used to inform a review of technologies used in biodiversity management, and help guide Conservation International’s future work in advancing the effectiveness of existing and emerging technologies.

The survey should take approximately 10 minutes of your time to complete. The survey will be open for participation until March 31st. Click here to access the survey.

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If you need further information, contact Thomas White at thomas.white@thebiodiversityconsultancy.com.


How to make biodiversity surveys relevant to your project

Our latest briefing note is all about surveys – why they matter, when to use which type of survey and most importantly how to get them right first time. We have used The Biodiversity Consultancy’s collective insight and experience to put together this practical step-by-step guide.

Our expert briefing note will help you ensure that your surveys will play their part in avoiding project delays, unnecessary costs and impacts on biodiversity.