Through Norway’s International Climate & Forests Initiative, anyone can now access Planet’s high-resolution, analysis-ready mosaics of the world’s tropics in order to help reduce and reverse the loss of tropical forests, combat climate change, conserve biodiversity, and facilitate sustainable development.1
Sign up to create your Planet Explorer account, complete with platform, API, and integration access to the tropical satellite monitoring products.
In support of NICFI’s mission, you can use this data for a number of projects including, but not limited to:
Norway’s International Climate and Forests Initiative (NICFI) is an international development fund through which Norway has pledged 3 Billion NOK a year to help save the world’s tropical forests while improving the livelihoods of those who live off, in, and near the forests. Planet is proud to partner with NICFI in making high resolution satellite imagery of the tropics available free of charge to users advancing the NICFI Purpose of reducing and reversing tropical forest loss, combating climate change, conserving biodiversity, and facilitating sustainable development.
Kongsberg Satellite Services is a world leading supplier of satellite ground station services as well as a value added service provider of sensor agnostic Multi-Mission satellite data and services from the majority of commercial Optical and SAR satellites.
Airbus Defence and Space has accumulated over 30 years of in-orbit operation, launching its first Earth observation satellite in 1986. Planet is proud to partner with Airbus in providing NICFI’s strategic partners with high-resolution archive imagery over the tropics.
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