The Forest Atlases are online platforms that help countries better manage their forest resources by combining government data with the latest forest monitoring technology.
Protecting forests is essential for human well-being. Yet in many forested countries, the management of these ecosystems is poorly funded and coordinated, making it hard to know exactly what’s happening in forests, and whether it’s legal or sustainable.
Forest Atlases are currently available for Cameroon, Central African Republic, Republic of Congo, Democratic Republic of Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Liberia, Georgia and Madagascar.
Browse the tabs above to learn more or click on the “countries” tab to dive right into the atlases themselves.