Technology can be used to mediate the negative effects that human activities have on biodiversity. Clean energy technologies, green transportation, and efficient common appliances can all help to reduce carbon emissions and pollution that damage biodiversity. Marine technology has many possible uses, including tracking environmental damages and preventing pollutants from entering aquatic ecosystems. It may also be possible to develop methods that harvest renewable energy from aquatic bacteria. Thus, green technology has a huge potential to help manage the biodiversity crisis. The International Committee on Biodiversity will promote promising research and help find and allocate funding for relevant projects.