A long-term partnership with Microsoft empowered The Nature Conservancy to use an innovative approach that combined traditional, academic research with big data, artificial intelligence (AI) and social media inputs to map, in high resolution, the full value of coral reefs to tourism, highlighting the incentive for sustainable reef management.
In the coastal city of Semarang, Indonesia, we’re harvesting Twitter data to better inform local disaster managers of where floods are happening and how to use nature to minimize damages.
TNC’s partnership with the Red Cross in Grenada has led to a change in the way the both organizations assesses risk and design adaptation solutions.
As part of the Resilient Coastal Cities and Coalition Building Project, TNC co-led a workshop on nature and geospatial technology for the recently established city coalition of Semarang, Indonesia
Members of TNC’s Climate Risk and Resilience (CRR) strategy represented TNC’s work in Mexico and the organization’s perspective on nature-based solutions to disaster risk reduction at the United Nation’s Strategy for Disaster Reduction’s (UNISDR) 2017 Global Platform in Cancun, Mexico.