Gautam Shah uses Technology & Games for Wildlife Conservation
- Photo source: Gautam Shah - Gautam is the founder of Internet of Elephants, a startup using technology and games to bring wildlife into people's daily lives. He lives in Nairobi, Kenya and believes that by intelligently combining advancing technology with the trends in online entertainment, the wildlife conservation sector can improve the livelihoods of animals and people alike. Gautam’s work contributes to several Sustainable Development Goals, particularly to SDG#15 Life on Land. WATCH THE OBOOT TALK Kais (11) from Montreal, QC, Canada and Nour (13) from Boston, MA, USA interviewed Gautam. Watch the full interview to learn about his background, his journey, his skills, his work and his impact. LEARN MORE ABOUT Gautam Shah: Internet of Elephants website: Internet of Elephants on Instagram: Internet of Elephants on Twitter: Wildeverse the game: Wildeverse the game on Instagram: Gautam on LinkedIn: Nairobi, Kenya Discover Nairobi through this video tour from the BBC Game Development: Watch this TED Talk where Gautam explains who we can make wildlife a part of our daily lives. Wildlife Conservation: Watch this video from TED-Ed to learn about "why biodiversity is so important?" OBOOT DIGITAL BADGES Kais and Nour collected the green Oboot badge for learning about Gautam's background, journey, skills, work, and impact.