How Data is Helping Save the World's Most Endangered Mammals


Anne-Lindsay Beall, Editor, SAS Customer Intelligence Knowledge Exchange

Anne-Lindsay is the editor of the Customer Intelligence Knowledge Exchange at SAS, editor-in-chief of sascom magazine, and editor of SAS Retail News. She has developed a comprehensive portfolio of business and marketing communications during her career spanning 14 years of magazine and marketing work.

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Re: Data For Good
  • 10/12/2017 9:20:30 AM
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I agree that we have a big problem in these areas with our current administration. I am given hope , however, byt the way many private companies and local governments have stepped up to do the right thing.This won't last forever.

Re: Data For Good
  • 10/11/2017 8:27:36 PM
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We certaintly need a government that appreciates both data and our ecosystems.  Currenty, we seem to have one that disregards both. 

However, I do take great heart that other countries do seem to have an appreciation for both.

I did not realize lemurs were endangered.  They're rather cute so lets keep them around. 

Data For Good
  • 10/11/2017 9:20:33 AM
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It's truly fascinating to read of the ways that data is being used in new and specialized ways as in this example of endangered lemurs, to better the world and it's natural environment. I would be hopeful that local and national governments appreciate the usefulness of the results obtained and continue to search for more ways to put data to use for other problems that can be solved harvesting points of data from the natural world.

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