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Microsoft CEO meets Ol Pejeta Conservancy executives

As Microsoft celebrates the launch of Windows 10, CEO Satya Nadella pays a visit to Kenya’s Laikipia District to find out how technology can benefit communities and wildlife.

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Sub-Antarctic fur seal found in unexpected waters

The discovery of a sub-Antarctic fur seal on the northern coast of Kenya – 210 km outside the species’ normal range – has caused great excitement among conservationists and community members alike.

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Minecraft gamers help raise awareness about wildlife poaching

United for Wildlife is asking Minecraft players to help build a conservation map that will educate the wider gaming community about illegal wildlife trade.

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Could you win the Wildlife Crime Tech Challenge?

Do you have a brilliant idea that could help put a stop to wildlife crime? If so, the Wildlife Crime Tech Challenge could help make your idea a reality.

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