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February 4th, 2013
Forest Conservation Goes High-Tech

Experts say satellite-based remote sensing technology has proven to help slow the rate of deforestation in the Harapan rainforest in Jambi province during the workshop on Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation — Fast Logging Assessment and Monitoring Environment (REDD-FLAME) held at the International Convention Center of the Bogor Agricultural University (IPB) in Bogor. The workshop marked the end of the REDD-FLAME program, which used the advanced technology in Mawas, Central Kalimantan. The project was part of a European Commission-funded research effort known by the acronym FP7-SPACE. Other workshops will also be held in Mozambique in February and then in Brazil in March. Read More