Better satellite images to help save rainforests, Norway says

FILE PHOTO: A man cuts down a tree with a chainsaw in a forest near the municipality of Itaituba, Brazil August 7, 2017. REUTERS/Nacho Doce/File Photo

OSLO (Reuters) – Norway is to commission high-resolution satellite images of the Amazon and other rainforests as part of its multi-billion dollar effort to detect tropical deforestation, tree by tree if necessary, and slow climate change, it said on Tuesday. Under a mix of U.N. and bilateral schemes, Norway has set aside up to 3 […]

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