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Terra-i is supporting sustainable development in Loreto, Peru and Caquetá, Colombia

On the 13th of March 2015, in Iquitos, Peru, was launched the project “Sustainable development options and land-use based alternatives to: enhance cli Read more...

Terra-i 2014 review

In 2014 Terra-i website registered 15441 visits and 46122 individual pages were viewed. Our users were mainly located in Colombia and the US. All of Read more...

10 years of habitat loss in the Amazon Caquetá

The Colombian Amazon in Caquetá has lost 141.150 Ha of forest between January 2004 and March 2014, an area similar to London city’s surface. Although Read more...

New remote sensing developments for forest monitoring at Global Landscapes Forum

Lima, Peru, December 8, 2014. At the Global Landscape Forum over the weekend the World Resources Institute (WRI) launched several new initiatives of G Read more...

What happens when park rangers monitor land cover via Terra-i’s eyes? Training experience in Oxampampa, Peru

During the week of September 29 to October 3, the "Training Course in Geographical Information Management Module 2", was held at the province of Oxapa Read more...

The third update of TERRA-i Peru – What is it all about?

Since TERRA-i Peru was officially launched in April 2014, multiple outcomes and dissemination have been relevant for the continuity of this initiative Read more...

What future will Guianan forests face with upcoming road infrastructure projects?

A second stage of road impact assessments funded by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) was carried out based on Terra-i data. The aim of this s Read more...

2014 MundoGEO#Connect, Brazil – a large regional meeting about the latest developments in geospatial technologies

Although the World Cup in Brazil has caught the attention of most of the international... Read more...

The Importance of the Ugly Cousins (Coffee with: Nora Castañeda)

Nora Castañeda is a PhD student in Biosciences and is part of the Crop Wild Relatives team of CIAT. In this 'coffee with' she explains what this team Read more...

“Terra-i Peru”: The Peruvian Ministry of Environment and CIAT present an early warning system for land cover change

As part of the framework agreement signed on 10 March 2014 between the Peruvian Ministry of Environment (MINAM) and the International Centre for Tropi Read more...

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