What is Tech4Nature?

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Tech4Nature Goal Timeline

3 Years


By 2021, the initial 3-year Huawei-IUCN Tech4Nature partnership of the TECH4ALL Initiative will enable more than 300 protected areas worldwide to assess and evaluate nature conservation success.

30+ Countries


300 Protected Areas


Support to protected areas that are committed to work to IUCN Green List Standards using Tech4Nature guidance.

By 2023, at least 300 protected areas participate in the Tech4Nature programme through using the IUCN Green List Standard.

3 Ecosystem Types


Marine, Forest, Mountain and Species

5 Flagship Countries


Implement a comprehensive support package through Tech4Nature to 5 flagship protected areas.

In 2020-21, pilot activities will these 5 protected area candidates, likely in China, Mauritius, Spain, Switzerland and Thailand.

1000 Global Experts


Validation


Provide support to selected protected areas to advance their effectiveness and use of Tech.

By 2023, at least 100 protected areas, including all flagship sites, will be evaluated for IUCN Green List certification through TECH4ALL Tech4Nature support and guidance

3 Years
30+ Countries
300 Protected Areas
3 Ecosystem Types
5 Flagship Countries
1000 Global Experts
Global Events
Validation

Provide support to improve management effectiveness of protected areas. Guide appropriate use of technology to solve conservation challenges.

Develop a unique ‘benchmarking tool’ that uses digital technology to track progress and improvements in protected areas. Better assessment, monitoring and stakeholder engagement processes using digital access and technology.

Evaluate at least 300 protected areas against the IUCN Green List Standard. Certify at least 100 of these protected areas.

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