Global Forest Watch Climate Tutorial - Country Comparison Page

This video describes how to use the features of the Country Comparison Page on Global Forest Watch (GFW) Climate

The GFW Climate application provides timely and credible data and analytical tools that widen access to useful information about greenhouse gas emissions from tropical deforestation and its effects on global climate change. GFW Climate facilitates the measurement and tracking of countries’ emissions, and offers tools such as interactive and high resolution maps, side-by-side country emissions comparisons, and country profiles for emissions which can be customized by indicators (e.g. annual gross and net emissions, carbon stored in trees and soil, emissions from deforestation vs. all other sectors, deforestation rates and drivers, etc.). GFW Climate can be used by governments, REDD+ donors, the private sector, NGOs, journalists, universities, and the general public.

Strategic Objective
Mitigation
Topics
Sustainable Landscapes, Reducing Emissions from Deforestation & Forest Degradation (REDD+), Mitigation, Forestry, Emissions, Carbon
Region
Global

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