Mapping the world’s forests over time


The world’s forests play an important role in regulating the climate, removing the heat trapping gas, carbon dioxide, from the atmosphere as biomass in trunks, branches and roots grow.

Richard Lucas of the @aberystwythuni is a leading climate scientist working with ESA. Richard discusses how satellite observations and ESA’s Climate Change Initiative are key to assessing global forest biomass and to inform both climate models and policy.

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