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First-Ever GFW Tech Fellowship Now Open for Applications

By Jessica Webb Global Forest Watch and the World Resources Institute are pleased to announce the first-ever GFW Tech Fellowship. The Fellowship will scale the impact of GFW (a platform that has reached over one million users from every country in the world) by creating a cadre of changemakers and forest champions working on the […]...


GLAD Alerts Help Protect Sumatra’s Leuser Rainforest Ecosystem

By Elizabeth Bourgault Indonesia’s Leuser Ecosystem, on Sumatra’s northern end, is the world’s third-largest rainforest after South America’s Amazon and Africa’s Congo. Spread across 6.5 million acres (over 2.6 million hectares), the Leuser rainforest and surrounding ecosystem is the last place on Earth where rhinos, elephants, tigers, sun bears and orangutans live in the wild. Signs […]...


Where are Species Most at Risk? New GFW Biodiversity Maps Help Prioritize Areas for Conservation

By Carolyn Ciciarelli Forests are critical homes to plant and animal species. The Amazon basin of South America, the Congo basin of Central Africa and the tropical rainforests of Southeast Asia hold the highest density of species per unit area in the world. Forests with unique compositions, such as those on isolated islands, host high numbers […]...


“Global Forest Link” Platform Uses GFW to Connect Students Around the World

By Alix Kashdan Global Forest Link is an innovative online platform that brings Global Forest Watch (GFW) tools and data into middle and high school classrooms. Managed by two former grantees of GFW’s Small Grants Fund (SGF), Global Forest Link empowers students to explore local forests through firsthand experiences, hone their digital communications skills and […]...


Places to Watch: 3 Regions of Forest at Risk Right Now

By Mikaela Weisse and Katie Fletcher Places to Watch is an initiative that uses weekly GLAD alerts on Global Forest Watch to spot changes in forests around the globe and identify the most consequential cases of recent deforestation. By pairing deforestation alerts with expert interpretation of satellite imagery, credible descriptions of what is happening on the […]...


As More Companies Go “Deforestation-Free,” What Does It Mean for Heavily Forested Nations?

By Rod Taylor Young oil palm trees at the Olam plantation nursery in Gabon. Photo by The Forests Dialogue We travelled by bus from Libreville into the heart of Gabon, one of the world’s most forested countries. Near the road, most forests had been cut back, leaving a mix of gardens, dwellings and patchy regrowth, while […]...


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First-Ever GFW Tech Fellowship Now Open for Applications

By Jessica Webb Global Forest Watch and the World Resources Institute are pleased to announce the first-ever GFW Tech Fellowship. The Fellowship will scale the impact of GFW (a platform that has reached over one million users from every country in the world) by creating a cadre of changemakers and forest champions working on the […]...


GLAD Alerts Help Protect Sumatra’s Leuser Rainforest Ecosystem

By Elizabeth Bourgault Indonesia’s Leuser Ecosystem, on Sumatra’s northern end, is the world’s third-largest rainforest after South America’s Amazon and Africa’s Congo. Spread across 6.5 million acres (over 2.6 million hectares), the Leuser rainforest and surrounding ecosystem is the last place on Earth where rhinos, elephants, tigers, sun bears and orangutans live in the wild. Signs […]...


Where are Species Most at Risk? New GFW Biodiversity Maps Help Prioritize Areas for Conservation

By Carolyn Ciciarelli Forests are critical homes to plant and animal species. The Amazon basin of South America, the Congo basin of Central Africa and the tropical rainforests of Southeast Asia hold the highest density of species per unit area in the world. Forests with unique compositions, such as those on isolated islands, host high numbers […]...


“Global Forest Link” Platform Uses GFW to Connect Students Around the World

By Alix Kashdan Global Forest Link is an innovative online platform that brings Global Forest Watch (GFW) tools and data into middle and high school classrooms. Managed by two former grantees of GFW’s Small Grants Fund (SGF), Global Forest Link empowers students to explore local forests through firsthand experiences, hone their digital communications skills and […]...


Places to Watch: 3 Regions of Forest at Risk Right Now

By Mikaela Weisse and Katie Fletcher Places to Watch is an initiative that uses weekly GLAD alerts on Global Forest Watch to spot changes in forests around the globe and identify the most consequential cases of recent deforestation. By pairing deforestation alerts with expert interpretation of satellite imagery, credible descriptions of what is happening on the […]...


As More Companies Go “Deforestation-Free,” What Does It Mean for Heavily Forested Nations?

By Rod Taylor Young oil palm trees at the Olam plantation nursery in Gabon. Photo by The Forests Dialogue We travelled by bus from Libreville into the heart of Gabon, one of the world’s most forested countries. Near the road, most forests had been cut back, leaving a mix of gardens, dwellings and patchy regrowth, while […]...


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