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Blog EntryAmazon Cooperation Treaty Organization Launches Project to Monitor Amazon Deforestation and Land Use Changes
18 May 2012: The Amazon Cooperation Treaty Organization (ACTO) has formally launched a four-year project to strengthen the capacity of its eight Member States to monitor and generate information about deforestation in the Amazon.
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Welcome to EPDI
The overall aim of the EnviroProjects Digital Initiative is to enhance environmental awareness though improved online access and communication of environmental data and information.
Website Services
EPDI's Website Services are based on the open source Plone content management system, and has also developed a Website Template to reduce time and cost in developing and managing a site.
Geospatial services
Geospatial services currently focus on implementing the open source GeoNetwork Opensource application - a geospatial metadata catalogue and geographic data visualisation platform.
Blog EntrySDI Regional Newsletters for April 2012
SDI Regional Newsletters for April 2012 released.
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Blog EntryUNEP report released: 21 Issues for the 21st Century: Result of the UNEP Foresight Process on Emerging Environmental Issues (Feb 2012)
The purpose of the UNEP Foresight Process is to produce, every two years, a careful and authoritative ranking of the most important emerging issues related to the global environment.
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Blog EntryStakeholders Contribute to New Climate Information Resource for the Caribbean
The Caribbean Weather Impacts Group (CARIWIG) is a new initiative setting out to create tools that will enable access to climate change information which are specifically applicable to the Caribbean region.
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In this new and pilot-stage of, you will find resources to help companies, communities, and citizens understand and prepare for the impacts of coastal flooding and sea level rise.
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Blog EntryAmazon rainforest mapped in unprecedented detail (Guardian 27 Jan 2012)
Scientists record Amazon's structure and biodiversity by bouncing laser beams off forest 400,000 times per second
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