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Forest monitoring gets a boost from Japanese space agency data
by Thin Lei Win
Thomson Reuters Foundation Translate This Article
12 February 2020
On 12 February 2020 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
Powerful data from a Japanese radar system, available for the first time, will allow governments to monitor threats to their forests and peatlands more closely, helping them tap funding to protect those ecosystems, the United Nations said on Thursday [23 January]. Scientists say protecting existing forests and restoring damaged ones can prevent flooding, store planet-warming carbon, limit climate change, and safeguard biodiversity.
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