CMI is hiring!

We’re looking to hire a Full Stack Developer to help us scale our data analysis workflow. Curious and talented developers with an interest in conservation biology should check out the job description here!

CMI is hiring!2018-06-14T13:38:32-07:00

CMI is in The New York Times today!

The Unnatural Kingdom: If technology helps us save the wilderness, will the wilderness still be wild?

“More and more, though, as we humans devour habitat, and as hardworking biologists — thank heaven — use the best tools available to protect whatever wild creatures remain, we approach that perhaps inevitable time when every predator-prey interaction, every live birth and every death in every species supported by the terrestrial biosphere, will be monitored and manipulated by the human hive mind.

Conservation Metrics, for example, a California technology start-up, is developing software to process immense data sets — from remote camera traps or, say, DNA samplers that might one day sit in wilderness streams and filter DNA fragments as a way of counting species in a given watershed.”

CMI is in The New York Times today!2019-01-25T18:58:58-08:00

CMI Awarded Membership to the Clinton Global Initiative







We are honored and excited to announce that CMI has been awarded membership to the Clinton Global Initiative!
We look forward to the opportunities this will provide to expand our conservation impact through dialogue and collaboration with others equally committed to tackling pressing global challenges.

CMI Awarded Membership to the Clinton Global Initiative2017-07-18T18:23:45-07:00