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[Recap] Tech Meets Conservation 08 – how much energy are you losing?

On the evening of the 28th of August from 6pm to 8pm a group of techies had a chance to have a very interactive session with Eng. Andrew Amadi. Andrew is an engineer with over 8 years experience in the energy sector and with a deep passion for energy management. The meet up dubbed “How much energy […]

Tech Meets Conservation 04

Codename: TMC04 Post by: #GiG EC-01 It was a chilly Saturday morning this past 7th day of September when a team of Geeks in Gumboots (GiGs) decided to meet up for a game drive through the Nairobi National Park. It was about 9AM when they set off, cameras and phones in hand, eager to snap […]

Tech Meets Conservation – 24.06.2013

By Evans Campbell The last TMC meetup involved a very thrilling and heated discussion about how technology can play a part in driving awareness about the need for conservation locally. It also pointed out some of the current problems conservationists face in their struggle to protect our ever-endangered natural resources. The Geeks in Gumboots <codename […]

Tech Meets Conservation

The World Wildlife Fund approached iHub in 2012 to discover how they could engage tech in their conservation efforts. Since those early conversations, iHub Consulting has led the effort to create a movement within the tech community which will focus on finding solutions for conservation using technology and getting more young Africans involved in environmental conservation. […]

Tech Meets Conservation – 10th April 5-6pm

Following the success of Earth Hour Kenya and the great turnout from #TeamiHub, we’re pleased to introduce the Tech Meets Conservation meetup. This will be an initiative dedicated to brainstorming and open discussion on how technology can be used to improve conservation efforts, building on our promise to continue the spirit of Earth Hour, BEYOND […]

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