Provenance: Beehives And Data Monitoring To Protect Natural Resources

Provenance: Beehives And Data Monitoring To Protect Natural Resources
technology

Goldsmiths Design Students tackle the problem of conflict timber using a mix of handicraft and hi-tech.

Stephen Fortune
  • 27 september 2010

Goldsmiths Design students have collaborated with Helveta, a leading light in the software tracking of timber assets, to produce the Provenance project. One of Helveta’s initiatives involves training the native pygmy tribe of the Baka in Cameroon in the use of data monitoring software to produce data maps of logging activities in the Baka’s forest. These efforts aid in protecting their natural resources from the conflict timber threat and thus ensuring the indigenous communities’ livelihood.

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