Hacking the IUCN RedList

Hack the RedList at London Zoo

On Saturday 15th November we held our second Conservation Hackathon, this time focussed on data from the IUCN RedList. The event, held at the Activity Den at London Zoo, ran from 10:30 until 5pm, and saw about 20 scientists and hackers working together to produce new and innovative ways to visualise RedList data. We initially […]

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Book Your Place to Hack the Redlist

You can now book your place at our Hack the Redlist Hackathon on November 15th 2014 by clicking here

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Hack the IUCN Redlist

Monitoring the conservation status of species and classifying threats and pressures on their populations is important to highlight conservation priorities, design meaningful conservation strategies and communicate the need for conservation interventions to politicians. This year is the 50th Anniversary of the IUCN Red List, the benchmark for conservation classification. The Red List includes conservation assessments […]

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