21 March is the International Day of Forests and this year’s theme is “Forest restoration: a path to recovery and well-being”.  To help mark the day GFOI Leading partner the FAO launched a photo contest and is asking you to share a photo of a tree that supports your well-being. Healthy trees...
The GFOI community is invited to submit research works on "National REDD+[1] Monitoring and Reporting" for publication in a special issue of the “Remote Sensing” Journal. Requirements for REDD+ related forest monitoring are evolving and consolidating in terms of the types of information required, monitoring frequency, accuracy and transparency. While several...
A new deforestation alert based on latest radar satellite technologies promises to make monitoring of African rainforests more effective. The users will receive near-real-time notifications of forest disturbance activities like illegal logging, which will allow appropriate interventions. The new system has been developed by the Wageningen University, in collaboration with World...
A global voluntary partnership that coordinates international support in forest monitoring to help developing countries address their international reporting requirements and national information needs. Read more.
Over the past few months, due to the Covid-19 outbreak and ensuing distancing measures, we have seen a significant growth in the use of online learning tools and courses from GFOI partners. Follow the link to find our selection of online courses to boost your forest monitoring skills.
As announced in September, GFOI leading partner the Norwegian International Climate and Forest Initiative (NICFI) is now providing free access to high-resolution satellite imagery to support efforts to stop deforestation and save the world’s tropical forests. Through this new partnership with Kongsberg Satellite Services (KSAT), Planet Labs and Airbus that has...
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