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Technology could be the answer for Canada’s disappearing wetlands

In settled areas of Canada, up to 70 per cent of our wetlands may have already been destroyed or degraded. In response, Manitoba-based Ducks Unlimited Canada has emerged at the forefront of the burgeoning conservation technology industry. From solar-powered sensors to Dell’s data management platform Boomi, the company is taking advantage of next-level technology to save the planet.

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