Crowdsourced Platform Helps Fight Against The Illegal Wildlife Trade

Crowdsourced Platform Helps Fight Against The Illegal Wildlife Trade
Technology

The Wildlife Witness app lets community members report threats to animals to a monitoring network

Emma Hutchings
  • 1 september 2016

Taronga Zoo in Australia partnered with the wildlife trade monitoring network TRAFFIC to create a global community action app that attempts to combat the illegal wildlife trade. Those who download Wildlife Witness can easily report incidents by taking a photo and pinning the exact location.

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