Boosting transparency of forest data

Webinars

09/05/2024

The webinar 'Enhancing Forest Data Transparency for Climate Action' offers invaluable insights from international experts and various countries, delving into the importance of forest data transparency and the challenges that inhibit its development.

24/03/2022

The objectives of the webinar were to inform about the results from the CBIT-Forest project, share knowledge and experience from pilot countries participating in the CBIT-Forest project (Côte d'Ivoire, Guatemala, Thailand and Uganda), and launch the publication "Towards open and transparent forest data for climate action: Experiences and lessons learned".

09/12/2021

The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, in partnership with the National Institute for Agricultural and Food Research of the Spanish National Research Council, the Federal University of Amazonas, the Forestry Institute of Chile, and the European NFI Network, hosted the webinar, “United for nature: keeping a close eye on forests in Latin America and the Caribbean.”

11/10/2021

The webinar "How to prepare for the transition from MRV framework to the ETF" took place on 6 October 2021 as part of the massive open online course (MOOC) on ‘Forests and transparency under the Paris Agreement’.

06/10/2021

This webinar took place as part of the massive open online course (MOOC) on ‘Forests and transparency under the Paris Agreement’.

07/07/2021

This event focused on the ways in which forest monitoring supports climate action, and it further highlighted country experiences from Papua New Guinea and Ghana and presented FAO’s newest Open Foris tool for collecting and analyzing forest data.

10/06/2021

The webinar "How to prepare for the transition from MRV framework to the ETF" took place on 9 June 2021 as part of the massive open online course (MOOC) on ‘Forests and transparency under the Paris Agreement’.

10/06/2021

The webinar took place on 8 June 2021 as part of the massive open online course (MOOC) on ‘Forests and transparency under the Paris Agreement’.

17/03/2021

Forests and forest monitoring are critical to ensuring that countries stay on target with emission reduction goals within the framework of the Paris Agreement. A robust national forest monitoring system can support forest-related policies, inform citizens and stakeholders and help track progress towards sustainable forest management and reducing emissions related to forest loss.

16/12/2020

The webinar "How to prepare for the transition from MRV framework to the ETF" took place on 10 December 2020 as part of the massive open online course (MOOC) on ‘Forests and transparency under the Paris Agreement’.

16/12/2020

The webinar "Establishing and implementing a sustainable NFMS: effects on the forest sector of a country" took place on 9 Dec 2020 as part of the massive open online course (MOOC) on ‘Forests and transparency under the Paris Agreement’.

07/10/2020

The objectives of the webinar were to give a general overview of the ongoing work being done in the African region on forest monitoring and climate action, present the “Capacity Building Initiative for Transparency – Forest” (CBIT-Forest) project, and present the work being done in the Democratic Republic of the Congo in relation to transparency in the forest sector.

06/10/2020

The objectives of the webinar were to discuss the importance of the Enhanced Transparency Framework under Article 13 of the Paris Agreement, introduce the Capacity Building Initiative for Transparency to support the Paris Agreement; and present the CBIT-Forest global project and three new e-learning modules of the course “Forests and transparency under the Paris Agreement”.

24/07/2020

Costa Rica has made many efforts to monitor and conserve its forests. Since 2015, the government has been developing a national system for monitoring land cover, land use and ecosystems that facilitates the collection, integration, management and dissemination of national-scale environmental data and information.