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On World Elephant Day, find out how Prize Winners are making a difference

World Elephant Day

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Today is World Elephant Day, and the world comes together to focus on elephant conservation.

Many of our Challenge Prize Winners are developing innovations that will make an impact on the future of these amazing animals. Ranging from the University of Technology Sydney’s portable electronic 'nose' that sniffs out trafficked wildlife parts such as ivory to the Zoological Society of London’s innovative surveillance system that monitors wildlife, including elephants, and alerts authorities to threats, our Prize Winners’ innovations take aim at wildlife crime, including the poaching and trafficking of elephants and ivory.

Prize Winners are looking for partners, advisors, and funders that can help them scale and accelerate their impactful innovations that fight against wildlife crime. If you would like to get involved, get in touch at info@wildlifecrimetech.org.

Find out about each of Challenge’s 16 talented Prize Winners and their game-changing innovations here.



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