Blockchain for its potential use in conservation; survey participation is needed for consultation.
A number of so called “frontier technologies” have begun to be applied to conservation efforts around the world. One technology that promises much are distributed ledgers, or the Blockchain as it is most commonly known.
As part of our course, four members of the Mphil in Conservation Leadership are consulting for UNEP-WCMC on the blockchain and its potential for use in conservation.
As such, we would very much appreciate if you would take the time to fill out this short survey:
It will take less than 5 minutes! The survey is anonymous to protect each of your views. Should you have questions, please contact Brian Lainoff (firstname.lastname@example.org). The survey will close on February 27th.