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...the effects of fires linger long after they’re extinguished: They can upend ecosystems, influence climate and disrupt communities. While NASA keeps an eye on today’s fires, it also tackles the big-picture questions that help fire managers plan...
Early engagement among the data collectors and the stakeholders involved in policy development and implementation is important to help translate tracking data into conservation outcomes. Click on the link below for details on how ot access the full...
Working with Pacific island countries to report to the various multilateral environmental agreements (MEAs) such as the Convention on Biological Diversity, an objective of the Inform Project is to address the on-going challenge of compiling high-...
Tuvalu will have improved capacity in environmental data management under the Ministry of Natural Resources, Energy and Environment (MNREE) with the establishment this week of the national environmental data portal. Click on the link to read the...
The Environmental Data Initiative (EDI) has ten fellowships available in its ecological data management training program for Summer 2019. The fellowships are intended for undergraduate, graduate and recent postgraduate students. Click on the link...
A multi-institutional research team used the power of open-access databases to predict the conservation status of more than 150,000 plants. Click on the link below to read the full article. 
This compendium of guidance provides details of information sources for capturing, managing, using, and sharing data, all in the context of biodiversity and ecosystem services. The primary aim of this document is to assist the staff of national...
This compendium is a compilation of available global databases. It provides a basis for increasing access to these databases through the CBD Clearing-House Mechanism and other appropriate tools, and is intended to direct Convention Parties to data...
Information stored in the national portal is used to facilitate data management and enhance PNG’s reporting capacity to the various multilateral environmental agreements (MEAs) including key national, regional and international commitments. Click on...
On the 14th of December 2018, the Joint Research Centre will launch the version 2.0 of the Reference Information System for BIOPAMA, aimed at assisting the African, Caribbean and Pacific countries in addressing their conservation priorities and the...