At the 2022 European Business and Nature Summit in Brussels, Huawei presented its strategies and projects for using technology as an enabler for nature conservation in Europe.
Huawei’s Rotating Chairman Ken Hu cites three project examples of how technology is having a pivotal effect on nature conservation.
With 64% of the world’s rainforest destroyed or severely degraded, action must be taken to protect global biodiversity and mitigate climate change.
In this guest post from our partner Rainforest Connection (RFCx), Partnerships and Growth Manager Todd Hatcher introduces three biodiversity hotspots in Italy protected by “Guardian” technology under the Huawei TECH4ALL initiative.
In this guest post, Rainforest Connection give an update on new Guardian solutions installed in the Palawan rainforest and how it will boost protection of the local ecosystem and endangered species.
Rainforest Connection & WWF Italy score a victory against poachers. Read how.
Guest post by Huawei partner Rainforest Connection on how its Alert Review and Response Unit is empowering rangers to combat illegal logging in Indonesia.
The Guardians of the Forest project has landed in Chile – an ambitious tech-powered solution to save the Darwin’s fox – fewer than 1,000 are left – and protect the species that this fox in turn impacts.
Technology can empower us to take less from nature and do more for nature. And to achieve this, sustainability is central to both our business and CSR strategies for the long-term. [Video]