A broad partnership of indigenous coalitions and land rights and research organizations today launched LandMark, the first online, interactive global platform to map lands collectively held and used by Indigenous Peoples and communities. The platform was created to fill a critical gap in indigenous and community rights and make clear that these lands are not vacant, idle or available to outsiders.
Russia and Canada experienced massive tree cover loss in 2011-2013, with annual losses in their northern forests equal to an area the size of Ireland, mostly due to forest fires, according to new satellite data from WRI’s Global Forest Watch.
This interactive atlas is an information management tool, which aims to help stakeholders and decision makers identify opportunities for restoration.
The Rights to Resources interactive map presents information on citizen and community rights to natural resources in sub-Saharan Africa.
An interactive map of the forests of Equatorial Guinea.