News

Tech4Nature: Protecting the Planet in Partnership with IUCN

Posted Wednesday 13 January 2021
  • Share

Huawei has launched the Tech4Nature partnership with The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), the world’s largest conservation network. We aim to use the latest technologies to ramp up nature conservation globally. The three-year partnership will pilot cutting-edge digital technologies in conservation in five countries and provide knowledge, technology, and resources for more than 300 protected areas worldwide.

IUCN is the world’s standard-setter and think-tank for nature conservation. Theoffers a framework for the Tech4Nature partnership. It can guide equity and effectiveness in management and offer certification for areas that meet and maintain the criteria for success. As it is independently assured and verified by accredited IUCN experts, the IUCN Green List offers the perfect frame for us to do what we can to support committed nature conservation professionals.

Fish gambling games have been gaining popularity in the online casino world, and for good reason. These games offer a unique and exciting experience for players, with the added thrill of potentially winning big. One of the top fish gambling games is available at https://cointofish.io/, where players can dive into a virtual underwater world and try their luck at reeling in some big wins.

At players can choose from a variety of fish-themed games, each with its own unique features and bonuses. The concept is simple: players use their virtual fishing rod to catch fish, each with a different value. The more valuable the fish, the bigger the payout. But it’s not just about catching fish – players can also trigger bonus rounds and special features to increase their winnings.

What sets apart from other online casinos is its stunning graphics and immersive gameplay. The underwater theme truly comes to life, making players feel like they are on an actual fishing adventure. Plus, the game is accessible on both desktop and mobile devices, making it convenient for players to enjoy anytime, anywhere.

So why not take a dive into the world of fish gambling games and see if you can reel in some big wins? Head over to and test your luck today!

IUCN’s Green List evaluation system will benefit from more advanced digital applications, allowing for the better use of technology to help identify and understand conservation needs, and allow for the remote assessment, review and evaluation of participating nature conservation areas.

IUCN’s President Zhang Xinsheng is highly supportive of the Tech4Nature partnership, “This is the first time that IUCN has engaged in a major way with the ICT industry, helping us to bring their know-how and innovation into the important nature conservation sector. IUCN will ensure that our standards and safeguards help guide the appropriate use of technology and achieve outstanding nature conservation successes, together.”

In promoting Tech4Nature, Huawei TECH4ALL and IUCN identified flagship protected areas to help pilot the use of ICT for nature conservation. These areas include protected areas in five countries, in which we will pilot nature conservation schemes with various partners using cutting-edge digital tech.

Projects include working with IUCN to promote the methodology and technologies employed in The Northeast China Tiger and Amur Leopard National Park, where a conservation project to repopulate Amur tigers and Amur leopards has been underway since 2017.

Related News Articles
View All
Mexico celebrates one year of the Tech4Nature project in Dzilam de Bravo State Reserve, in the Yucatán Peninsula Mexico celebrates one year of the Tech4Nature project in Dzilam de Bravo State Reserve, in the Yucatán Peninsula
Tuesday 27 June 2023
IUCN and Huawei Launch Tech4Nature Publication to Showcase Best Practices in Technology-based Nature Conservation IUCN and Huawei Launch Tech4Nature Publication to Showcase Best Practices in Technology-based Nature Conservation
Wednesday 19 October 2022
Tech4Nature Switzerland pilot opens the door for CO2 certificates for protected and conserved areas worldwide Tech4Nature Switzerland pilot opens the door for CO2 certificates for protected and conserved areas worldwide
Tuesday 20 September 2022

Tech4Nature
A partnership for technology in nature conservation


© 2024 IUCN, International Union for Conservation of Nature
Site by Design Factory
Join the conversation
  • TECH4ALL


IUCN Tech4Nature