Wednesday, September 7th, 2022
Conservation experts from five Amazonian countries took a deep look at the trends and patterns of the key environmental threats in the region as well as their policy implications.
(Live Panel, Hosted)
October 27, 2:00 pm EST
This webinar will be part of the annual AmazonTEC 5-part series. Go beyond the headlines to understand how carbon and climate change are affecting the greatest rainforest in the world.
October 19, 21, 26, 27, and 28
Developed by our sister organization Conservación Amazónia-ACCA, AmazonTEC is a premier forum for discussing science and technology’s connection to policy and governance in the Amazon.
Hosted by Planet, this annual conference brings together satellite leaders for two days of virtual keynotes, workshops, and networking opportunities that to showcase the power of Global Connection.
Our Director of MAAP, Matt Finer will be presenting "Combating Illegal Gold Mining in the Amazon" at this conference.
September 22, 12:30 pm EST
Attendees learned what it takes to build a profitable bioeconomy that keeps the Amazon standing for generations to come from local community members, Indigenous Peoples, and experts. Panelists focused on the building blocks of sustainable forest-based businesses, how local efforts can be scaled up, and what local people are doing to build climate resilience and adaptation into their livelihoods.
August 4, 2021
At Amazon Conservation's webinar, attendees learned what to expect for this year’s fire season in the Amazon and its implications for climate change, indigenous peoples, and protected areas, straight from real-time monitoring experts, scientists, and local organizations witnessing the impact of these growing fires.
(See pages in English, Spanish, Portuguese)
July 14, 2021
On the second day of EsriUC 2021, our Director of Monitoring of the Amazon Project, Matt Finer, presented "Combating Illegal Gold Mining in the Amazon with High-Frequency Satellite Data." In this presentation he shared how we use satellite images and ArcGIS to deal with issues such as illegal gold mining deforestation in the Amazon forest.
November 12, 2020
Amazon Conservation and a host of technology, government, and science experts came together for an English-language live panel on the value and future of technology for fighting deforestation and how it can be used by governments and local people to protect forests and resources.