Conservationists around the world face the challenge of managing pollution, deforestation, drought, climate change, wildlife habitat, and other environmental crises. We’ve developed software that guides planning, delivers best practices, and collects data for better quantification and visualization of sustainability impact.
The conservation community has developed principles and best practices for adaptive, results-based management. Influential conservation groups such as the Nature Conservancy, World Wildlife Fund, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, as well as local groups, researchers, nonprofit, for-profit, and governmental organizations use software applications that guide real-world conservation work around the globe. For example, Bush Heritage Australia manages a continent-wide portfolio of 35 land reserves. With Miradi they can easily extract information, report progress, and identify needed adaptations.
Looking to the future, we are considering applications for clean water organizations in Latin America in partnership with the Avina Foundation, and convening Skoll Award-winning environmental groups to develop solutions to defend traditional territories of indigenous communities from encroachment.