Forests have immense potential to support sustainable development pathways, and the key to realize this is reliable evidence based on accurate information.
For several decades now, environmental forest functions have attracted increasing attention mainly in relation to the protection of biodiversity and, more recently, in the context of climate change impacts and energy policies. In public perception, apart from the traditional production of wood and other forest products, forests are increasingly valued for their role as public amenities, biodiversity reservoirs, regulators of climate and local weather, sources of clean water and protection against natural disasters.
MEEO provide forest management services starting from the ecosystem service management, to the monitoring of extreme natural events like wildfires extent, burned areas estimation, illegal logging and deforestation. MEEO is supporting the branch company SISTEMA in the project DESIRA for what concern the digitization of logging business sector. In the framework of the MADAMES project funded by the Climate-KIC Association, MEEO is building and validating a business model for forest ecosystems service sustainable exploitation.
On Friday Jan. 29 2021 @3pm CET MEEO will participate to the webinar “Data from satellites: a new business opportunity” with Anilkumar Dave, Head of the unit “Innovation and Transfer of Technologies” of the...
Eodataservice.org, the platform created by MEEO to offer interoperable environmental data discovery, access, sub-setting, visualisation, processing and download services, finalist of the Big Data Challenge 2017, has been selected to...