Huawei and IUCN signed agreement to launch Phase 2 of their Tech4Nature partnership

October 16, 2023, the Chinese tech giant Huawei and International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) signed a strategic cooperation agreement to launch Phase 2 of their Tech4Nature partnership.

“Technology allows us to bridge the gap between science and action,” said Dr Grethel Aguilar, Acting Director General of IUCN. “Conservationists can harness the power of big data, artificial intelligence, and machine learning to analyse vast datasets and ecological trends. This invaluable information aids in the identification and protection of critical habitats, guides our efforts, and can leverage necessary resources to protect threatened species.”

“We believe that the Tech4Nature initiative will build on the success of the first phase and expand its global impact,” said Peng Song, Senior Vice President of Huawei and President of ICT Strategy and Marketing in his speech during the signing ceremony for the launch of Phase 2. “We also believe that more partners will join the Tech4Nature initiative, embrace digital technology, and contribute to the sustainable development of the planet.”

Huawei and IUCN
Huawei and IUCN

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