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Forests Falling Fast to Make Way for Mexican Avocado

By Xiomara Nataly Dominguez Caballero and Gabriela Giovana Barrera Flores In 2016, the expansion of agricultural frontiers accounted for 98 percent of deforestation in Mexico. While the booming production of avocado (often referred to as Mexico’s “green-gold”) has contributed to the country’s economic growth, it has also caused deforestation and degradation in central and southern […] The post Forests Falling Fast to Make Way for Mexican Avocado appeared first on Global Forest Watch Blog. ...


New Plantations Map Sheds Light on Complexities of Deforestation

By Nancy Harris, Liz Goldman and Kai Kresek Many of us think of forests as pristine wilderness, minimally disturbed by humans. But today’s forests are far more complex. New data available on Global Forest Watch (GFW) enables us to understand another dimension of modern forests — trees planted and managed by humans. Though far from […] The post New Plantations Map Sheds Light on Complexities of Deforestation appeared first on Global Forest Watch Blog. ...


California Made Headlines, but 5 Other US States also Broke Wildfire Records in 2018

By Sarah Ruiz The western half of the United States spent much of last year on fire. While forest fires are a natural part of the ecology of the West, 2018 saw some of the most devastating fires in recent history as emergency management teams struggled to rein in blaze after blaze. The state of […] The post California Made Headlines, but 5 Other US States also Broke Wildfire Records in 2018 appeared first on Global Forest Watch Blog. ...


The Data Revolution Hasn’t Yet Hit Agriculture

By Luiz Amaral Big data surrounds us. Every minute, our smartphones collect billions of data points on our location, search histories and habits. Data has become one of the world’s most valuable commodities for companies. The $6-billion-dollar sale of the game Candy Crush was not so pricey because of the app itself, but because of the massive amounts […] The post The Data Revolution Hasn’t Yet Hit Agriculture appeared first on Global Forest Watch Blog. ...


Keeping an Eye on Cocoa: Satellite Monitoring Provides Key Support on No Deforestation Commitments

By Caroline Winchester  Ever wonder where the chocolate in your candy bar came from With 70 percent of the world’s cocoa produced by Ghana and Côte d’Ivoire, chances are your midnight snack started out as a seed pod growing on a cocoa farm in West Africa.   Chocolate is made by fermenting and drying the seeds of the cocoa pod. Photo by Caroline […] The post Keeping an Eye on Cocoa: Satellite Monitoring Provides Key Support on No Deforestati...


Indonesia Reduces Deforestation, Norway to Pay Up

By Frances Seymour Indonesia was one of the few tropical nations to reduce its deforestation rates in 2017, and it’s paying off. Norway announced on February 16 that it will provide the first results-based payment to Indonesia as part of a REDD+ agreement the two nations established in 2010. REDD+, which stands for reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation, […] The post Indonesia Reduces Deforestation, Norway to Pay Up appeared first on Global Fo...


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