Connecting Space to Village:
Geospatial information for improved environmental decision-making in the Amazon
SERVIR-Amazonia is the newest hub within the SERVIR initiative. Funded by USAID and with science and technology support from NASA, SERVIR-Amazonia is implemented by the International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT) and a network of local and international partners serving the Amazon region, mainly the Spatial Informatics Group (SIG), Conservación Amazónica (ACCA), and the Institute for Forest and Agriculture Management and Certification (IMAFLORA) . Learn more
SERVIR Amazonia SERVIR is a collaborative venture among the NASA Earth Science Division Applied Sciences Program, USAID, and worldwide partner institutions.
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Meet our Team
The people of SERVIR-Amazonia aim to improve local capacity to harness satellite data and geospatial information and foster sustainable natural resource management throughout the Amazon.
SERVIR-Amazonia works in four service areas empowering actors across the region to track and understand environmental changes in near real-time, evaluate climatic threats, and rapidly respond to natural disasters.
Drought and Fire Risk
Water Resource Management and Hydro-Climatic Disasters
Weather and Climate
What is SERVIR?
What we Read
- An interpretation of recent Amazon Basin fires using Remote Sensing Data
- Space Generation Advisory Council | Global Space Policy & Opportunities
- FabSpace 2.0 Darmstadt uploads dozen of new media
- Top Ten Books on Digital Development
- SERVIR Global e-Newsletter : August 2019
- Smoke from African Agricultural Fires Blows Westward
- GEO Week 2019 / Ministerial Summit