[CODATA-international] Earth Observations for Indigenous-Led Land Management
Suchith.Anand at nottingham.ac.uk
Thu Jan 10 02:13:15 EST 2019
Indigenous territories are threatened by fires, illegal logging, mining, and other external land use activities. The sustainable management of such land, most effectively stewarded by indigenous peoples, is critical for mitigating greenhouse gas emissions, increasing resilience to climate change, conserving biodiversity, and protecting the heritage of indigenous cultures.
Earth Observations for Indigenous-led Land Management (EO4IM) is a NASA-funded project implemented by a team from Conservation International (CI) and is aligned with the AmeriGEOSS<https://amerigeoss.org/> program of the Group on Earth Observations (GEO) and the Dedicated Grant Mechanism (DGM)<https://www.dgmglobal.org/> for Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities. The project's objective is to strengthen the technical capacities of indigenous peoples' organizations in the Americas, and globally, through alignment with the DGM.
This introductory webinar series will share lectures, case studies, and demonstrations with representatives of indigenous peoples' organizations and will focus on how Earth observations (EO) data and tools can provide spatial information for forest monitoring, mapping ,and responding to ecosystem threats. This series will help attendees strengthen their technical capacities to use EO data and tools to enhance their sustainable land management practices.
There is no cost for the webinar, but you must register to attend the sessions. One session of this training will be held in Spanish and one in English.
More details and how to register at https://arset.gsfc.nasa.gov/land/webinars/GEO-EO4IM
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