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Zoohackathon: Fighting Wildlife Trafficking

6 November 2020

That's where Zoohackathon comes in. From Nov. 6-8, teams competing virtually in regional and single country Zoohackathons will develop innovative technology solutions to combat wildlife trafficking. The top three winning teams from each regional Zoohackathon will pitch their solutions to a panel of judges to compete for the 2020 global prize.U.S. Embassy Paris is organizing this year #Zoohackathon! We’re looking for university students and young entrepreneurs/professionals to participate in this virtual event to develop technological solutions to help end wildlife trafficking and the illegal trade in wildlife products. #ZH2020 https://www.facebook.com/ScienceDiplomacyUSA/ : @ScienceDiplomacyUSA

Can you code? ✅

Want to use your skills to #endwildlifetrafficking? ✅ 

Want to reduce the demand for illegal wildlife products? ✅ 

Join our 5th annual #Zoohackathon to help us find solutions for a complex issue ⬇️ 

Register here until October 31:https://www.itfortheplanet.org/register/. 

Wildlife trafficking is one of the largest forms of transnational organized crime. We need innovative and technological solutions to beat this crime. 

 

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