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Technology in Conservation

Africa's elephants are in crisis. On a daily basis, poaching and habitat loss bring these creatures into conflict with communities. In this second episode of our series, Chai with Angama, Steve Mitchell, co-founder of Angama, chats to Marc Goss, CEO of the Mara Elephant Project, to find out how technology, in all its forms, from the most simple to the highly complex, has a role to play in conservation

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Steve is a Co-Founder and the CEO of Angama Mara. Responsible for the vitality of the business along with the stewardship of the Angama Foundation, he is besotted with African travel and his golden retriever, Knox.

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