ACT GIS team travels to Belem, Brazil for deforestation analysis training

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This January, ACT’s GIS (geographic information systems) team composed of Brian Hettler, Santiago Palacios, and Rudo Kemper traveled to Belem, Brazil to follow a week-long training on cutting edge remote sensing technologies. The training was conducted by Carlos Souza, Jr. and João Siguera from Imazon, one of our Skoll Foundation partners and a leading authority on deforestation in the Amazon region. Our team learned to use the ImgTools software developed by Imazon, along with other software to create nuanced forest cover maps for our programs in the Northwest and Northeast Amazon. ACT and Imazon are currently discussing plans to continue working together in the future.

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