Air Shepherd flies drones to stop poaching. To date, they’ve piloted over 4,000 missions to stop rhino and elephant poachers. In their own words, their work is “reversing the march of extinction”. Here’s how.
A Peruvian programme is using drones to help put urban settlements on the map (quite literally), in a bid to improve housing rights and climate change resilience for underserved local residents.
Non-profit organisation WeRobotics is harnessing the power of technology transfer, knowledge sharing and local expertise - working together with people in the Global South to use drones for positive impact.
These days, fishing is a high tech business. So is whaling. And so is activism against whaling.
In an effort to thwart Japanese whalers, the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society has two ships -- the Steve Irwin and the Bob Barker -- outfitted with drones that can fly out to find ships and get information about them.