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Pandemic Lessons: Open Data for Forest and Climate Action

A recent article is featured on FAO REDD homepage: http://www.fao.org/redd/en/and under the News section: www.fao.org/redd/news/detail/en/c/1303779/

The article is authored by four members of the National Forest Monitoring (NFM) Team from the Forestry Division of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN (FAO) – Javier García Pérez (Gamarra) (javier.garciaperez@fao.org), Rocío D. Cóndor-Golec (rocio.condor@fao.org), Rebecca Tavani (rebecca.tavani@fao.org), and Julian Fox (julian.fox@fao.org) – and Jingjing Liang, Assistant Professor of Quantitative Forest Ecology and GFBI coordinator, Department of Forestry and Natural Resources, Purdue University, US (jjliang@purdue.edu).

 

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