Tech Tutors: How do I use conservation tech ethically?
We’re back with an even bigger third season of WILDLABS Tech Tutors, the virtual series that answers the “how do I do that?” questions of conservation tech.
Join us for a special Tech Tutors event on August 5th at 11 AM ET / 4 PM BST*, where Chris Sandbrook, Laure Joanny, Trishant Simlai, and Koustubh Sharma will discuss the question, “How do I use conservation tech ethically?”
Meet your Tutors: Chris Sandbrook, Laure Joanny, Trishant Simlai, and Koustubh Sharma
In this special panel episode of Tech Tutors, our presenters will answer the following questions:
Chris Sandbrook: How do I use conservation tech ethically?
Laure Joanny: How do I build on existing tools and procedures to use conservation tech ethically?
Trishant Simlai: How does conservation tech cause harm?
Koustubh Sharma: How do I manage ethical issues in the field?
Dr. Chris Sandbrook was inspired to organize this Tech Tutors episode based on his recently released research paper, Principles for the socially responsible use of conservation monitoring technology and data. Chris is a Senior Lecturer and Director of the Masters in Conservation Leadership in the Department of Geography at University of Cambridge, and an Official Fellow at Darwin College in Cambridge as well.