Voluntarios Digitales: Experiencias compartidas en el Foro de Ciencia Ciudadana y Mapeo Participativo para mejorar la toma de decisiones ambientales
En este primer blog – de cuatro en camino – resumimos lo más destacado de la bienvenida a este Foro y del primer tema: Voluntarios digitales
SERVIR-Amazonia firma acuerdo con el Centro Internacional para la Investigación del Fenómeno de El Niño (CIIFEN)
La colaboración busca el mejoramiento de predicciones hidrometeorológicas y monitoreo de ecosistemas de manglar en Ecuador
With additional funding from USAID, SERVIR-Amazonia will span over a 2-year period and cover Antigua and Barbuda, Dominica, Grenada, St. Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, and St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Barbados, the Bahamas, Trinidad and Tobago, Guyana and Suriname, Belize, Jamaica, Dominican Republic and Haiti.
The women of Paraíso SDP are not able to know the exact size of their crop areas, as well as the environmental and conservation conditions of these areas, and an app using geospatial information could help them estimate the productive potential of different resources within the territory.
In this session of the Global Landscape Forum GLF Amazonía: The Tipping Point, SERVIR-Amazonia and partners explored how advancements in geospatial and Earth Observation technology are enhancing forest monitoring, disaster forecasting and evidence-based decision-making in the Amazon biome.
Did you miss our webinar Fires in the Amazon: What You Need to Know in 2021? You can catch up now by seeing the full agenda, watching the full recording of the webinar, and download the presentations. Read the summary on the Website of Amazon Conservation
Fires in the Amazon are the result of human activities, including the use of fire for deforestation, land clearing and agricultural maintenance.
We will have a dialogue between five women leaders about how, from their role and identity as indigenous women, they have managed to face limitations, face their traditions and become leaders of indigenous organizations.
Understand, quantify, and monetize the value of mangrove ecosystem services in Guyana, a winning strategy
Mangroves retain carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. They can store up to 10 times more carbon than land-based forests and are estimated to capture and store 34 million tons of carbon globally. Mangroves protect the lives of inhabitants of coastal areas from floods,...
Indigenous women and women of isolated rural communities express interest in using geospatial technology to protect community forests in the Brazilian Amazon