Satellites Spot Forest Fires in Nepal

Through a partnership with NASA and the International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development located in Kathmandu, Nepal, the USAID-funded SERVIR-Himalaya program is utilizing satellite data to create innovative solutions to meet international development needs, including forest fire detection and monitoring in Nepal, which can be used by forest managers to improve their ability to respond to forest fires.

Country
Nepal
Projects
SERVIR
Sectors
Adaptation
Strategic Objective
Adaptation
Topics
Weather, Adaptation
Region
Asia

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